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n.1.The condition of being compatriots.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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We need a spirit of mutuality, collaboration and compatriotism to emerge in Britain, where it becomes anathema to any compatriot to design a product only to have it manufactured in Singapore, or anywhere else.
In Topic 1-216 in which migrant is the top-1 word, Central Asians were discussed within the issue of "visas for compatriots." A new version of the law "On Citizenship" of 2013 adopted an even easier entrance regime for Central Asians by claiming their "compatriotism." The topic discussed the reaction by nonsystemic opposition (both liberal and nationalist); migrants were described in aggregated terms, with a wide range of abstract social unease being attributed to them.
Immigration networks can be characterized as sets of interpersonal ties that connect immigrants, immigrants and nonimmigrant pioneers, in their home and host areas, through ties of kinship, friendship and compatriotism.