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- a self-constituted organization to promote something; committee
- After World War II, free health care was available to all citizens.
- Despite this variety, not all citizens attended the same coffeehouses.
- On 14 February 2018, family trees through the 1800s were opened to all citizens.
- A bath house was constructed to attract more senior citizens.
- She also released an exercise video for senior citizens in 1993.
- Then a senior citizens center took up residence in the older house.
- They organized a corporation to sell shares to the local citizens.
- These plans have been abandoned after complaints by local citizens.
- Several features of Mount Greenwood Park honor noted local citizens.
- His plan was to sell it off in lots to developers and private citizens.
- He was also one of the first private citizens to obtain Martian meteorites.
- Iotapa and Aristobulus chose to live as private citizens in the Middle East.
- The Amsterdam ship carpenters held strong Orangist convictions, as did many other ordinary citizens.
- has established Pleasant Hill, a gated community where they use Kobik to transform villains into ordinary citizens.
- Her lectures were concerned with the effects of war on ordinary citizens and the role of journalism during wartime.
- The refugees would merely be in the United States, not citizens of the United States.
- Ships were commanded by a "navarch", a rank equivalent to a centurion, who were usually not citizens.
- Dominicans in Puerto Rico are largely disadvantaged politically, in great part because so many are not citizens.
- The 2014 census found a total of 5,589 Maldivian citizens living abroad.
- Israeli citizens living in the Golan Heights were told to prepare bomb shelters.
- At the most recent national census, Munro had 143 citizens living within its district.
- Several prominent citizens and bibliophiles have also been associated with the BCSA in Sydney.
- The CND was a Cabinet committee with an Advisory Commission of prominent citizens working without pay.
- In 1803, he joined other prominent citizens in organizing a lottery to raise funds for the Richmond Academy.
- To his fellow citizens he was also known as "The Mocker".
- Our mandate requires us to never lose touch with our fellow citizens."
- His "cursus honorum" is known from a dedication to a statue raised by his fellow citizens at Saepium.
- The people are predominantly indigenous citizens of Quechuan descent.
- The people living in Vacas and surrounding areas are predominantly indigenous citizens of Quechuan descent.
- On 26 June 2007, the DPNI announced the formation of armed "People's Self-Defense" groups to defend "indigenous citizens" against "the aggressive actions of criminal migrants."
- The short distance from Reggio Emilia allows many citizens to commute daily.
- From November through January, many citizens enjoy the Sapporo White Illuminations.
- Luckily, many citizens were away, visiting a market in Schiedam or a fair in The Hague.
- A visit by AI late that year revealed that other citizens had been killed.
- Like 137,000 other citizens in New Orleans, she did not own or drive a car.
- Greenlanders have the same rights throughout the kingdom as other citizens.
- 7.3% of the population is born abroad and 4.7% are foreign citizens.
- It may be awarded to Romanians, foreign citizens, and military units.
- Killings, unrest, and kidnappings of foreign citizens across Lebanon resulted.
- The town was plundered and many of the leading citizens were taken captive.
- The riots led to the creation of a council from the ranks of the city's leading citizens.
- Moses Leavitt was a surveyor by trade, and early became one of Exeter's leading citizens.
- By that moment the police had already received several calls from concerned citizens and dispatched a unit there.
- In 1933, concerned citizens successfully worked to protect the area and were able to acquire much of the land that became the state park.
- Often the police receive reports about high-speed drifting from concerned citizens demanding an arrest because of the risk to public safety.
- A group of citizens had decided that Moncton should be an air center of the Maritimes.
- When the United States is drawn into the war with Germany, a group of citizens attack Krug.
- After it was learned that Mullen had issued himself a gun permit, a group of citizens stoned his home.
- Another accomplice possessed 22 Egyptian citizens’ ID cards.
- Among his notable decisions was his choice to invest resources in improving the Jewish citizens’ morale.
- It maintains the institution’s historical archives and answers citizens’ enquiries about both the Parliament and the EU generally.
- Ignoring immigration and emigration, the population of Swiss citizens increased by 9 while the foreign population decreased by 2.
- Ignoring immigration and emigration, the population of Swiss citizens increased by 7 while the foreign population increased by 1.
- The black citizens of the Savannah community were prevented from using the new library.
- These papers and others attacked saloons and bars that were run and frequented by black citizens.
- The ruling was made unanimously by a jury of 10 white and two black citizens after 30 minutes of deliberation.
- Military service is mandatory for all male citizens in South Korea.
- Thus, the number of about 418,000 male citizens over 21 was reduced to about 151,000.
- The draft obliged male citizens to pay society back through their military or civilian service.
- It is a member of the Eurozone which represents around 340 million citizens.
- , of the 2.684 million citizens in the area, 18,062 are members of the Catholic Church.
- An additional 2.2 million citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina of all ethnicities were displaced.
- The internal factors are the ones that involves the own citizens and business of Monterrey.
- Gessler tells Gabriel to give up his quest, for Swiss law will never expose its own citizens.
- La Guardia was known as a reform mayor who helped clean out corruption, brought in experts, and made the city responsible for its own citizens.
- Ignoring immigration and emigration, the population of Swiss citizens decreased by 9 while the foreign population increased by 3.
- Ignoring immigration and emigration, the population of Swiss citizens decreased by 5 while the foreign population increased by 1.
- Ignoring immigration and emigration, the population of Swiss citizens decreased by 5 while the foreign population decreased by 2.
- Minor children of parents who have become naturalized citizens are also eligible for citizenship.
- Since 10 May 2016, Brazil does not require naturalized citizens to renounce their previous nationality.
- 23.4% (5,879) of Hermosa residents are not U.S. citizens, while 11.9% (3,006) are naturalized citizens.