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Native

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native

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adj.
  1. characteristic of or existing by virtue of geographic origin
  2. belonging to one by birth
  3. characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from the beginning; aboriginal
  4. as found in nature in the elemental form

native

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n.
  1. an indigenous person who was born in a particular place; indigen; indigene; aborigine; aboriginal
  2. a person born in a particular place or country
  3. indigenous plants and animals

Alaska Native

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n.
  1. a member or descendant of any of the aboriginal peoples of Alaska; Alaskan Native; Native Alaskan

Alaskan Native

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n.
  1. a member or descendant of any of the aboriginal peoples of Alaska; Alaska Native; Native Alaskan

Native Alaskan

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n.
  1. a member or descendant of any of the aboriginal peoples of Alaska; Alaska Native; Alaskan Native

Native American

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adj.
  1. of or pertaining to American Indians or their culture or languages; Indian; Amerind; Amerindic

Native American

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n.
  1. any member of the peoples living in North or South America before the Europeans arrived; Amerindian

Native Hawaiian

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n.
  1. a member or descendant of the indigenous Polynesian people who lived in the Hawaiian Islands

native Australian

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n.
  1. a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived; Aborigine; Abo; Aboriginal; Australian Aborigine

native bear

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n.
  1. sluggish tailless Australian arboreal marsupial with grey furry ears and coat; feeds on eucalyptus leaves and bark; koala; koala bear; kangaroo bear; Phascolarctos cinereus

native beech

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n.
  1. tall Australian timber tree yielding tough hard wood used for staves etc; flindosa; flindosy; Flindersia australis

native cat

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n.
  1. carnivorous arboreal cat-like marsupials of Australia and Tasmania; Dasyurus viverrinus

native cranberry

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n.
  1. small prostrate or ascending shrub having scarlet flowers and succulent fruit resembling cranberries; sometimes placed in genus Styphelia; groundberry; ground-berry; cranberry heath; Astroloma humifusum; Styphelia humifusum

native fuchsia

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n.
  1. erect deciduous shrub or tree to 10 feet with maroon flowers; New Zealand; konini; tree fuchsia; Fuchsia excorticata

native holly

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n.
  1. low spreading evergreen shrub of southern Australia having triangular to somewhat heart-shaped foliage and orange-yellow flowers followed by flat winged pods; common flat pea; Playlobium obtusangulum

native land

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n.
  1. the country where you were born; fatherland; homeland; motherland; mother country; country of origin
E.g.
  • Mia, too, is anxious to come to the aid of her native land.
  • They especially sought the independence of their native land.
  • This would have an effect on the rest of Canada in regards to native land.

native language

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n.
  1. the language that a person has spoken from earliest childhood
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  • Most Greeks speak French as their native language.
  • Malayalam is the native language of Vilakkuvettom.
  • Some 90 persons have it as their native language.

native orange

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n.
  1. small Australian tree bearing edible dark purple fruit; Capparis mitchellii

native peach

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n.
  1. red Australian fruit; used for dessert or in jam; quandong; quandang; quantong

native pear

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n.
  1. tree bearing pear-shaped fruit with a thick woody epicarp; woody pear; Xylomelum pyriforme

native pomegranate

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n.
  1. small Australian tree bearing edible fruit resembling the pomegranate; Capparis arborea

native speaker

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n.
  1. a speaker of a particular language who has spoken that language since earliest childhood
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  • Interview with a native speaker from Ibsker.
  • This is usually done through social interaction with the native speaker.
  • A native speaker of Scottish Gaelic, much of his work is in that language.

native sulfur

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n.
  1. an old name for sulfur; brimstone; native sulphur

native sulphur

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n.
  1. an old name for sulfur; brimstone; native sulfur

native country

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  • He had spent only a month in his native country.
  • He appeared in over 120 films in his native country.
  • Pachuca in Mexico and Libertad in his native country.

native species

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  • Several native species form laurisilva forests.
  • In California it has displaced native species of grass.
  • Of those native species, 36% are either vulnerable or rare.

native speakers

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  • The teachers are exclusively native speakers.
  • As of 2011, there were eight native speakers.
  • The teachers in ACUPARI are native speakers.

native city

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  • Haran died in his native city, Ur of the Chaldees.
  • He died on 30 May 1876, in his native city of Vienna.
  • He died in his native city on 26 February 1814.

native range

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  • The adult bald eagle is unmistakable in its native range.
  • It is of commercial importance as a food fish in its native range.
  • Mudmat is considered an invasive species outside of its native range.

native population

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  • Half the native population of Hispaniola in 1518 was killed by smallpox.
  • Various estimates of the native population range from 100,000 to 300,000.
  • As a result of the Spanish invasion, the native population drastically fell.

native plants

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  • It involved burning various native plants to produce smoke.
  • A garden that consists of native plants is much easier to maintain.
  • The exact number of the remaining native plants is currently unknown.

native village

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  • Now he has returned to his native village incognito.
  • He manages to escape and returns to his native village.
  • He attended school in his native village and Schorndorf.

species is native

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  • This species is native to a tropical environment.
  • The species is native to the North Pacific Ocean.
  • This species is native to Eastern Asia – Japan and Korea.

native people

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  • The Limba are native people of Sierra Leone.
  • The native people of the interior are Alaskan Athabaskans.
  • And it has less population of native people called "kumal".

native town

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  • It is filmed in Ferlito's native town of Burgio.
  • He died in 1894 in his native town of Aarau.
  • He died in his native town Châtillon-lès-Dombes on 1 July 1828.

native peoples

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  • In 2006 around 84% of the population were native peoples, primarily Inuit.
  • The wreck was used as a target for cannon fire to impress the native peoples.
  • The native peoples under Roman rule became Romanised and keen to adopt Roman ways.

species native

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  • It is a common grass species native to Europe and Asia.
  • "Ringens" and "peersi" are species native to South Africa.
  • The walking catfish is a tropical species native to Southeast Asia.

represented his native

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  • He also represented his native country at the 1997 FIFA U-17 World Championship.
  • Jacobs also represented his native country at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
  • He represented his native country at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia.

native to eastern

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  • Ruschi's rat is native to eastern South America.
  • Most are native to eastern Asia, with a few in Europe.
  • It is native to eastern North America.

native to southern

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  • It is a tree up to tall native to southern and eastern China.
  • The genus contains only two known species native to southern Brazil and Uruguay.
  • "Lithops" are native to southern Africa and known for their stone-like appearance.

native languages

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  • His native languages were Ukrainian and Polish.
  • There are currently about 850,000 speakers of native languages.
  • By his own account, Le Jeune spoke more than twenty native languages.

native to western

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  • It is native to western South America.
  • It is native to western Asia and southeastern Europe and widely introduced elsewhere.
  • The species in this genus are native to western North America and southwestern South America.

native vegetation

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  • A developer can have native vegetation planted.
  • The weed easily invades ecosystems, displacing native vegetation.
  • It competes with native vegetation, displacing it and forming thick monotypic stands.

native plant

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  • She identifies native plant species of British Columbia by name.
  • There are notable oak and native plant collections and a small redwood grove.
  • Generally, it is not an invasive plant and coexists well with native plant species.

other native

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  • The Chipewyan had displaced other native people from this region.
  • Distributors in other native English-speaking countries then followed suit.
  • Often it is used in an ensemble with other native Arabic musical instruments.

not native

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  • Western honey bees are not native to the Americas.
  • However, it can be a pest species in areas where it is not native.
  • Beech and lime, though not native to Ireland, are also common there.

native to tropical

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  • The West African bichir is a freshwater fish native to tropical West Africa.
  • Rhexipanchax Rhexipanchax is a genus of poeciliid fishes native to tropical West Africa.
  • These plants are usually prickly herbs, or subshrubs, and they are native to tropical America.

plant native

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  • It is a plant native to the area of the pampas of South America.
  • The strategy has been to plant native shrubs in connecting corridors.
  • Chenopodium nuttalliae Chenopodium nuttalliae is species of edible plant native to Mexico.

first native

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  • He was the first native American composer of a secular song in 1759.
  • The first native Chadian Baháʼí, Ernest Nbouba, converted early in 1968.
  • Strickland is the first native East Texan to head the 33-county Church in Tyler.

native state

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  • Welke lives in his native state of Michigan.
  • Non-metallic elements occurring in the native state include carbon and sulfur.
  • Thus, all earlier steps before reaching the native state are in pre-equilibrium.

native tribes

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  • Not all native tribes were subdued by bloodshed.
  • Many native tribes have a history of clowning.
  • Many native tribes in Punjab region accepted Islam due to his missionary Da‘wah.

native tongue

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  • A foreign language is also processed less automatically than a native tongue.
  • He was born in Sihui, Guangdong Province, where Cantonese is the native tongue.
  • Usually a language is translated from a foreign tongue into a translator's native tongue.

native title

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  • In May 2012, the Federal Court handed native title to the Arabunna people.
  • Two native title claims have also been made on areas of the park by Indigenous Australians.
  • The community is located within the Registered Gooniyandi Combined 2 native title claim (WC2000/010) area.

native inhabitants

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  • Motu people are native inhabitants of Papua New Guinea.
  • As a result, the rise of California was a calamity for the native inhabitants.
  • Under the act the native inhabitants were assumed to have become British subjects.

native habitat

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  • Its native habitat includes wooded areas and swamps.
  • The native habitat of "Leonotis leonurus" is damp grasslands of southern Africa.
  • They last two to three months and bloom throughout the year in the native habitat.

native trees

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  • Other native trees include ash, hackberry, and holly.
  • The protected bats pollinate and disperse the seeds of native trees.
  • For example, a farm in Mexico planted native trees on a paddock spanning .

native place

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  • He died on 19 June 2006 at his native place Tadepalligudem.
  • Saying that "Morales is the original and native place of the club."
  • Okkur is the native place of Actor, Director, Politician "Ramarajan".

native name

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  • The name is the native name meaning "at the foot of the mountain".
  • The native name of the country in Modern Greek is (', pronounced ).
  • Its native name is "kugkug".

native to northern

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  • It is native to northern California and southern Oregon.
  • The hairy-tailed bolo mouse is native to northern South America.
  • "L. williamsii" is native to northern Mexico and southern Texas.

native region

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  • Pink designates native region.
  • The species had been discovered previously in its native region of Japan.
  • He returned to his native region in 1928 to paint landscapes of Limfjorden and Venø.

native flora

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  • They also documented 150 species of native flora.
  • Invading animal species are not the only threat to Guam's native flora.
  • The decorative foyer features images of native flora, fauna and Aboriginal art and motifs.

native fish

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  • A total of 26 native fish species of the Yangtze basin are farmed.
  • There are 24 native fish species and subspecies in Fuxian Lake, including 11 endemics.
  • The lionfish has an appetite for native fish and crustaceans is able to spawn year-round.

native populations

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  • This has led to large numbers being illegally caught in the wild to the detriment of native populations.
  • 22 municipalities have indigenous populations over 90%, and 36 municipalities have native populations exceeding 50%.
  • Like in the rest of Mexico, Christianity was introduced to the native populations of Chiapas by the Spanish conquistadors.

many native

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  • North America is home to many native mammal species.
  • Ochoa collected many native potato varieties and wild potato species.
  • During the 18th-19th century, many native Tribals of Meghalaya converted.

both native

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  • The language preserves diphthongs in both native and loanwords.
  • Assistant teachers are both native and non-native English speakers.
  • Krabi's beaches attract both native Thai people and foreigners alike.

tree native

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  • Syzygium malaccense Syzygium malaccense is a species of flowering tree native to Malesia and Australia.
  • "Prunus amygdalus") is a species of tree native to Iran and surrounding countries but widely cultivated elsewhere.
  • It is a tree native to Cerrado grassland vegetation, particularly in the states of Goiás and Minas Gerais, in eastern Brazil.

native forest

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  • The native forest were replanted with plantations of fast growing species such as "Pinus radiata".
  • These sections of the Ōpārara River, while still in dense native forest, can be reached by a forestry road.
  • The species grows particularly in areas that native forest once occupied but was removed and invades pasture lands.

plant is native

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  • The plant is native to northern and central Turkey, the Caucasus, northern Iran, Crimea.
  • This plant is native to the Tequila area so this version of mescal was named after the town.
  • When Snodgrass and Heller visited in 1898, they reported that "no land plant is native to the island".

native home

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  • Laiyi is the native home of the Paiwan people.
  • Vasanth takes her to the railway station and sends her to her native home.
  • A first settler named the community after his native home in Ashmont, Boston.

native animals

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  • Today, many species of native animals driven out by human development are returning to the area.
  • The island is a scientific reserve holding many native animals and plants that are rare on the mainland.
  • Since then, the cane toad has become a pest in many host countries, and poses a serious threat to native animals.

all native

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  • Not all native tribes were subdued by bloodshed.
  • Almost all native species are endemic, with the exception of "Ptychadena mascareniensis".
  • English is the most commonly spoken language in the U.S, where it is estimated that two thirds of all native speakers of English live.

native to central

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  • "A. barbata" is native to central Asia (as far east as Pakistan) and the Mediterranean Basin.
  • It is native to central and southern Europe, and it is known across the globe as an introduced species.
  • It is native to central and northern Mexico and the Southwestern United States, where it grows in desert scrub and other dry areas.

represented her native

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  • She represented her native country at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany.
  • She represented her native Asian country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece.
  • She represented her native country at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, finishing in 59th place.

plant species native

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  • Aralia stipulata Aralia stipulata is a plant species native to China.
  • Fennel, an imported plant species native to Italy, can be found growing on some areas of the southern range.
  • Calamus rotang Calamus rotang, also known as common rattan, is a plant species native to India, Sri Lanka and Myanmar (Burma).

species are native

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  • The following fish species are native to Loch Ness.
  • Several species are native to the Black Sea and Caspian Sea.
  • The host plants of this species are native leafy mistletoe.""

number of native

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  • Since the 1970s, the number of native Senegalese Shi'i Muslims has been growing significantly.
  • For centuries, there has been a steady decline in the number of native Irish speakers in Ireland.
  • An increasing number of native Dutch speakers in the province are learning Frisian as a second language.

native birds

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  • Cyanide has been known to kill native birds, including the endangered kiwi.
  • They helped pass the Model Bird Law in 1903, protecting native birds from being shot and sold.
  • The diet of "M. xanthina" is thought to consist of rodents and other small mammals and native birds.

shrub native

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  • "urvilleana, commonly known as pinatoro, is a ground spreading shrub native to New Zealand.
  • "speciosa, also known as eastern correa, is a variety of "Correa reflexa", a shrub native to Australia.
  • Euphorbia cotinifolia Euphorbia cotinifolia is a broadleaf red shrub native to Mexico and South America.

only native

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  • He was the only native Cincinnatian on the club.
  • Megabats are the only native mammal in American Samoa.
  • The Andoni people speak Obolo as the only native language .

no native

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  • The riders have no native capacity for short-term memory.
  • There are no native reptiles or amphibians on the islands.
  • There are no native or free-living reptiles or amphibians on the island.

native to much

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  • "Hieracium canadense" is a native to much of the northern hemisphere.
  • It is native to much of North America, South America and the West Indies from Canada to Bolivia.
  • "Paracletus cimiciformis" is native to much of Europe and has been recorded in North Africa and Asia.

fish native

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  • The West African bichir is a freshwater fish native to tropical West Africa.
  • Pronothobranchius Pronothobranchius is a genus of aplocheilid fish native to western Africa.
  • Tomeurus Tomeurus gracilis is a species of poeciliid fish native to South America, in Brazil, Surinam and Venezuela.

native son

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  • Its native son Imp Y Celyn changes the course of the Disworld's musical history in "Soul Music".
  • On Election Day, McCain won the state, although his margin was less than native son George W. Bush in 2000 and 2004.
  • In 1913, ex-Governor Ormsbee presided over the dedication of a monument to Stephen A. Douglas, Brandon's most famous native son.

native culture

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  • The native culture of Austronesia varies from region to region.
  • And to add to the flavour, the festivals of all of these people living in harmony only serve to make the native culture livelier.
  • Such dishes are often prized as ethnic foods by other cultures and by descendants of the native culture who still desire these traditional dishes.

native wildlife

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  • The showcase includes native wildlife, American Indian and pioneer artifacts, and political and military items.
  • White-eared honeyeaters will pluck fur and hairs from livestock, humans and native wildlife such as kangaroos and wallabies.
  • Invasive exotics introduced by human activity, including cockroaches and coconut palms, have also displaced native wildlife.

local native

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  • Villafuerte was unable to subdue the local native peoples, and this eventually resulted in the Yopa Rebellion in the region of "Cuautepec".
  • It has played a considerable role in local history, with local native tribes hunting there and the English camping there during the War of 1812.
  • Four days later, he heard that one member of his party, the seaman James Conroy, had been killed by a local native, though the circumstances leading to his death are unknown.

plants native

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  • Following graduation, he travelled to his parents' home near Zagreb, and on the journey, conducted studies of Alpine flora and plants native to the Adriatic coast.
  • Some KwaZulu-Natal farmers will use certain foliage and plants native to the land to help elevate the amount of reproduction the Zulu sheep will have during breeding.
  • A wildscape garden was installed around the visitors' center in 2004, with a trickling fountain and trees, shrubs, and flowering plants native to the Chihuahuan Desert.

native forests

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  • They add trees and shrubs to the native forests, "to give greater variety."
  • The wild and unspoilt have a rich variety of flora, ancient oaks, native forests.
  • This was to address growing timber shortages as slow-growing native forests were exhausted.

native county

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  • In 1980, he left his native county to settle in Limerick where he played with Mungret.
  • Bonner maintains prominent media roles in his native county, such as with Highland Radio.
  • Chetwynd was also significant as a historian of his native county, building on the work of Sampson Erdeswicke.

own native

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  • In 1392, with the foundation of the Confucian Joseon dynasty, Korea systemised its own native class system.
  • A ranger from DOC lives on the island, which has its own native plant nursery, electric generator and boat shed.
  • Artists of St. Kitts and Nevis create works inspired by their own native traditions, life on the islands, and African roots.

native born

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  • They exceed native born blacks by 10 percentage points.
  • In 1889, Smith married Nettie Babcock McDonald, a fellow South Carolina native born in September 1866.
  • During this period he met Pearl Dee Jones, a Nashville native born September 20, 1927, whom he married in 1952.
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