- 01. He lives and works in New Zealand, but he is still a [citizen] of the U.S.02. I think you have to live in this country for at least three years before you can take your [citizenship] exam.03. The [citizens] of Tacoma have voted for a new mayor in today's municipal elections.04. She was born in Thailand, and raised in Manitoba, and now she has dual [citizenship].05. She will become a [citizen] of the U.S. when she passes her test.06. The [citizens] of our city are increasingly concerned about the rise in violent crime.07. We all celebrated when our friend Kwok Leung officially became a [citizen] of Australia.08. Margaret Mead once observed, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed [citizens] can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."09. At the height of its power, in 400 B.C., the Greek city of Sparta had 25,000 [citizens], and 500,000 slaves.10. A [citizen's] group has been formed to ask the government to set aside undeveloped land in the neighborhood for a new park for young children.11. As [citizens] of the world, we are all responsible for one another.12. Denmark was among the first countries to offer its [citizens] free public education.13. Bob Marley sang, "Until there are no longer first class and second class [citizens] of any nation, there will be war."14. Unlike men, the women of the Bahamas cannot transmit Bahamian [citizenship] to their foreign-born husbands15. Bahrain is the only country in the Persian Gulf that actually has more [citizens] than foreign guest workers.16. Although it has long been a neutral country, Switzerland's [citizenry] is well trained to defend their country in case of attack.17. Croatians living overseas are allowed to retain their [citizenship], and even have partial voting rights for elections in their homeland.18. Every [citizen] of the state of Kentucky in the U.S. is required by law to take a bath once a year.19. The [citizenry] of fifteenth century Europe was able to accumulate wealth through commerce, banking and crafts.
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