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  • Almost all of the people of the province are natural born citizens.
  • There is the making in these children of first-class citizens. Cited from The Woman Who Toils, by Mrs. John Van Vorst and Marie Van Vorst
  • She decided to move with her mother into an apartment for senior citizens.
  • In one case, all the citizens held their property in common.
  • Or, are you not rather treated over there as second-class citizens? Cited from Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights, Kelly Miller
  • Rights were awarded on a group basis, creating first and second class citizens.
  • Those who were deemed to hold these political rights were called active citizens.
  • Who are natural born citizens but those born within the Republic?
  • They have been treated as enemies of the state and second class citizens.
  • Former officers feel they are being treated as second class citizens.
  • The public health services are universal and available to all citizens of the country for free.
  • The Indian government has provided right to education to every citizen of its country.
  • This includes elected officials whose work is necessary for the citizens.
  • He earned his freedom after several years and became a leading citizen of the area.
  • It is now open to the public free as a citizen's park.
  • It can not or rather does not protect its citizens within its own borders.
  • In this particular case, a government is more likely to pay than a private citizen.
  • On the other hand he believed in the citizen's right to fair treatment.
  • Any citizen may challenge a law that has been passed by parliament.
  • The social workers told the boat people about their citizen's rights.
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Meaning of citizen

  • noun A native or naturalized member of a state or other political community