dual nationality.

dual nationality.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • dual nationality — An equal claim, simultaneously possessed by two nations, to the allegiance of an individual. Dictionary from West s Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005. dual nationality An equal claim, simultaneously …   Law dictionary

  • dual nationality — noun : the status of an individual when two or more nations each claim sole allegiance from him called also multiple nationality; compare dual citizenship * * * dual nationality noun The state or fact of being a citizen of two countries • • •… …   Useful english dictionary

  • dual nationality. — See dual citizenship (def. 1). * * * …   Universalium

  • dual nationality — /djuəl næʃəˈnæləti/ (say dyoohuhl nashuh naluhtee) noun → dual citizenship …   Australian-English dictionary

  • dual nationality — See dual citizenship …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • dual nationality — noun citizenship of two countries concurrently …   English new terms dictionary

  • List of sportspeople with dual nationality — The following is a list of sportspeople with dual nationality. It includes both players who can trace their origins to a foreign country and those who have attained foreign nationality during their career, as well as players who hail from semi… …   Wikipedia

  • List of football players with dual nationality — The following is a list of football players with dual nationality. It includes both players who can trace their origins to a foreign country, and would have been eligible, or indeed still are, to play for said nation, as well as those who have… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Turkish football players with dual nationality — Main article: List of football players with dual nationality The following is a list of Turkish soccer players with dual nationality. Austria flagicon|AustriaMuhammed Akagündüz, Metin Aslan, Ekrem DağBelgium flagicon|BelgiumBülent Akın, Hakan… …   Wikipedia

  • dual — Fowler (1926) described dual and (with better reason) dualistic as ‘words of the learned kind’, and warned against using them when alternatives such as double, two, and twofold were available. The danger was illusory, however, and dual causes no… …   Modern English usage

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