unnaturalised


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Adj.1.unnaturalised - not having acquired citizenshipunnaturalised - not having acquired citizenship  
foreign, strange - relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world; "foreign nations"; "a foreign accent"; "on business in a foreign city"
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The Industrial Council also sent a deputation to him, and when they asked, 'What does the Premier intend to do to ease the lot of the Russians?,' he replied: 'All unnaturalised foreigners will be dismissed and their places taken by soldiers.
(15) In 1941, the Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission prohibited the sale of land to unnaturalised Italians, and when the number of Italians in the MIA began to increase after the war, refused to permit the transfer of farms to 'persons of Italian origin' whether they were naturalised or not.
When conscription of British men into the army was introduced by the government of Britain in 1916, large numbers of unnaturalised Russian Jewish men in London or Leeds became the objects of a campaign--often of barely disguised anti-semitic inspiration--to get them to volunteer for the British army or to be forced into the Russian Imperial one.