And these two, thus nurtured and educated, and having learned truly to know their own functions, will rule over the concupiscent, which in each of us is the largest part of the soul and by nature most insatiable of gain; over this they will keep guard, lest, waxing great and strong with the fulness of bodily pleasures, as they are termed, the concupiscent soul, no longer confined to her own sphere, should attempt to enslave and rule those who are not her natural-born
subjects, and overturn the whole life of man?
The Porchugeeze is natural-born
farmers, that's all, an' we don't know nothin' about farmin' an' never did.
And, take it in the autumn, what can be pleasanter than to spend a whole day on the sunny side of a barn or a wood-pile, chatting with somebody as old as one's self; or, perhaps, idling away the time with a natural-born
simpleton, who knows how to be idle, because even our busy Yankees never have found out how to put him to any use?
British subject," Mr Verloc said stolidly.
In a speech during a birthday party in Cavite on Tuesday night, Duterte said he did not agree with the Supreme Court's 2016 decision that Poe, a foundling, is a natural-born
Section 212 states: "The natives, or natural-born
citizens, are those born in the country, of parents who are citizens.
Manuelito Luna, counsel of former Senator Francisco Tatad, one of four complainants against Poe, said there was no shortcut to the acquisition of a natural-born
status, adding a foundling must trace at least one natural-born
Filipino parent to be considered a natural-born
Cruz has long said that he is a natural-born
citizen by virtue of his mother, who was born in Delaware and is a U.
Senator Grace Poe sought the inhibition of three Supreme Court (SC) justices who, as members of the Senate Electoral Tribunal (SET), dissented from the tribunal's decision that declared her a natural-born
Filipino and thus qualified to be a member of the Senate.
Houllier said: "The finish was that of a natural-born
finisher, something you cannot teach somebody.
Yinger cites Tucker's "Treatise on the Constitution" (1803) as lending further evidence to the link between the natural-born
citizen clause and foreign influence.
Constitution states, "No person except a natural-born
citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President.