naturalised


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Adj.1.naturalised - planted so as to give an effect of wild growth; "drifts of naturalized daffodils"
planted - set in the soil for growth
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This creed was never taught, for instance, by the venerable pastor, John Wilson, whose beard, white as a snow-drift, was seen over Governor Bellingham's shoulders, while its wearer suggested that pears and peaches might yet be naturalised in the New England climate, and that purple grapes might possibly be compelled to flourish against the sunny garden-wall.
Bears on natural selection -- The term used in a wide sense -- Geometrical powers of increase -- Rapid increase of naturalised animals and plants -- Nature of the checks to increase -- Competition universal -- Effects of climate -- Protection from the number of individuals -- Complex relations of all animals and plants throughout nature -- Struggle for life most severe between individuals and varieties of the same species; often severe between species of the same genus -- The relation of organism to organism the most important of all relations.
In such cases the geometrical ratio of increase, the result of which never fails to be surprising, simply explains the extraordinarily rapid increase and wide diffusion of naturalised productions in their new homes.
That climate acts in main part indirectly by favouring other species, we may clearly see in the prodigious number of plants in our gardens which can perfectly well endure our climate, but which never become naturalised, for they cannot compete with our native plants, nor resist destruction by our native animals.
Schulenberg became a naturalised citizen on the spot.
A citizen of Philadelphia, William Stangerson had been obliged to become naturalised in obedience to family exigencies at the time of his marriage with a French lady, she who was to be the mother of the illustrious Stangerson.
I WAS now in the twenty-third year of my residence in this island, and was so naturalised to the place and the manner of living, that, could I but have enjoyed the certainty that no savages would come to the place to disturb me, I could have been content to have capitulated for spending the rest of my time there, even to the last moment, till I had laid me down and died, like the old goat in the cave.
This, as I said, tamed even the three English brutes I have been speaking of; and for a great while after they were tractable, and went about the common business of the whole society well enough--planted, sowed, reaped, and began to be all naturalised to the country.
Article 13 states that the Kuwaiti citizenship could be revoked from naturalised Kuwaitis in case they obtained it on the basis of fraud or false information or were sentenced by a court of law within 15 years of receiving it.
MANAMA: A law allowing the government more powers to strip naturalised Bahrainis of their nationalities has officially taken effect.
You will need to plant an awful lot of bulbs to achieve a naturalised effect quickly.
Summary: Theresa May wants to strip naturalised terror suspects of their British citizenship in last-minute amendment to immigration bill expected to face strong opposition in parliamentary debates.