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  • Or perhaps this was a natural development in their political system.
  • The difficulty appears when there is no natural choice of elements from each set.
  • After returning to his native land he occupied himself with natural philosophy.
  • When elements are moved out of their natural place, they naturally move back towards it.
  • It also provides about a quarter of the country's natural gas.
  • In many areas of the country, the natural environment is threatened by development.
  • Sometimes, there is a section that is more "natural" than the other ones.
  • A small amount of natural gas is used for domestic power generation.
  • They have certain natural rights to property, to liberty, and to life.
  • Death due to disease is called death by natural causes.
  • From an early age, he was interested in natural history.
  • But it seems quite natural to me here.
  • Half will be coal-fired, and half will be fired by natural gas.
  • International trade makes up a large part of the Canadian economy, particularly of its natural resources.
  • They had many people available to work, natural resources and no taxes.
  • The risk of death from natural causes such as heart disease is twice that of the general population.
  • In addition, the islands have few natural fresh water resources.
  • He won't say whether or not any small natural satellites have been discovered.
  • The local landscape has long been known for its varied natural beauty.
  • This process can be extended for all natural numbers n, and these are called n-categories.
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Meaning of natural

  • noun Someone regarded as certain to succeed
    he's a natural for the job
  • noun A notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat
  • noun (craps) a first roll of 7 or 11 that immediately wins the stake
  • adjective In accordance with nature; relating to or concerning nature
    a very natural development, our natural environment, natural science, natural resources, natural cliffs, natural phenomena
  • adjective Existing in or produced by nature; not artificial or imitation
    a natural pearl, natural gas, natural silk, natural blonde hair, a natural sweetener, natural fertilizers
  • adjective Existing in or in conformity with nature or the observable world; neither supernatural nor magical
    a perfectly natural explanation
  • adjective (of a musical note) being neither raised nor lowered by one chromatic semitone
    a natural scale, B natural