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Noun
/ˈsitizən/,/-sən/,
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citizens, plural;
  1. A legally recognized subject or national of a state or commonwealth, either native or naturalized
    • - a Polish citizen
    • - the rights of every citizen
  2. An inhabitant of a particular town or city
    • - the citizens of Los Angeles

  1. a native or naturalized member of a state or other political community
  2. (citizenship) the status of a citizen with rights and duties
  3. Citizen is the debut full-length album by Army of Me. Its first single is "Going Through Changes". The song "Better Run" is featured in ABC Family's Kyle XY in the episode "Primary Colors" originally aired on February 25, 2008.
  4. Lerner Newspapers was once the largest chain of weekly newspapers in the world. Founded by Leo Lerner, the chain was a force in community journalism in Chicago from 1926 to 2005.
  5. Citizen (2001) (சிட்டிசன்) is a Tamil film starring Ajith Kumar, Meena, Vasundhara Das and Nagma. The film's score and soundtrack are composed by Deva. The film was one of the front runners in 2001. It is produced by NIC Arts Chakravarthi. Sameera Reddy was originally a part of the cast. ...
  6. The Citizen is a seven day a week, morning daily newspaper in Laconia, New Hampshire, USA, the largest local paper serving the Lakes Region of that state. It has been owned since 1991 by Geo. J. Foster Company, publisher of Foster's Daily Democrat in Dover, New Hampshire.
  7. The Citizen is a tabloid style newspaper that is distributed nationally in South Africa.
  8. (Citizens (book)) Citizens: A Chronicle of the French Revolution is a book by the historian Simon Schama. It was published in 1989, the bicentenary of the French Revolution, and like many other works in that year, was highly critical of its legacy . ...
  9. A person that is a legally recognized as a member of a state, with associated rights and obligations; A member of a state that is not a monarchy; used as antonym to subject; A person that is a legally recognized resident of a city or town; A resident of any particular place to which the subject ...
  10. (citizenly) Pertaining to citizens
  11. (Citizens) direct hire employees who owe allegiance to the United States by birth or naturalization regardless of their place of permanent residence or duty station.
  12. (citizens) ceasterware; leod, m
  13. (Citizenship) The country in which a person is born (and has not renounced or lost citizenship) or naturalized and to which that person owes allegiance and by which he or she is entitled to be protected.
  14. (Citizenship) the idea of encouraging individuals to become aware of their duties and rights as citizens, through, for example, volunteering or community service.
  15. (Citizenship) The rights and responsibilities of being part of the community and involved in public life and affairs.
  16. (citizenship) The relationship between individuals and the community and/or the state.
  17. (Citizenship) the idea that the permanent residents of a country are full members of the political community, involving various duties and rights
  18. (citizenship) Membership of a nation-state that entails certain rights and responsibilities. Informed and active citizenship involves individuals and groups influencing decision-making at local, state, federal and global scales, and actively participating in community activities and public affairs.
  19. (Citizenship) 43. Suitable provision will be made for the extension of the Canadian citizenship laws to the Province of Newfoundland.
  20. (Citizenship) After an individual has been a permanent resident in Canada for three years or more, he or she may be able to apply for Citizenship. Citizens have rights and responsibilities in Canada that others do not.
  21. (Citizenship) Democratic principles, good government, freedom of conscience and civic liberty.
  22. (Citizenship) Membership of, and inclusion in, a national community. This usually requires the fulfilment of certain obligations to the state, such as paying taxes, as well as offering entitlements, such as the right to vote in elections.
  23. (Citizenship) The idea that people have certain rites by virtue of birth and residence. For further information see Paradoxes of Democracy: Fragility, Continuity and Change by Shmuel Noah Eisenstadt.
  24. (Citizenship) The rights and privileges of a citizen in distinction from a foreigner (Luk 15:15; Luk 19:14; Act 21:39). ...