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Nationality is irrelevant to my arguments, so you're still profiling.
Nationality is not determined by your place of birth but from where you come from.
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Nationality is a spirit; it is a spirit that is to be found in the group or body of people, a spirit which seems to urge every single member of that community to contribute his best towards the welfare of that community.
Nationality is the expression of a nation's life, and without it Canada would not be what it is today.
Nationality is the expression of a nation's life, and without it Canada would be hopeless.
Every invader has tried to play 'whack a mole' in the region and has failed, because they are under the misconception that Afghani's care about, (or take pride in) their 'Nationality' -
Let us by all means clear the air by righting glaring wrongs, removing palpable anomalies, redressing obvious injustices, securing so far as possible the independent national life of homogeneous groups; but let us not, dazzled by the glamour of a word, dream that by restoring a few landmarks, altering a few boundaries, and raising a pæan to the word Nationality, we can banish all clouds from the sky of Europe, and muzzle the ambitions of the stronger nations.
New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 5, August, 1915
Nationality is decided by each country’s own legal system: you are a dual national if the U.S. considers you a citizen and some other country also considers you a citizen.
The Volokh Conspiracy » Peter Spiro on Lieberman’s Citizenship-Stripping Legislation
Nationalism is a _belief_, held by a fairly large number of individuals, that they constitute a "Nationality"; it is a sense of _belonging together_ as a "Nation."
Until quite recent times "Nationality" was a distinctly intensive concept, connoting approximate identity of culture, language, and historic past.
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