from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A fellow-citizen; especially, a citizen of the same city or borough.
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A person of any color who appears to be just another friendly and respectful co-citizen, is met with acceptance and the usual formalities of polite acquaintance.
Adorned with the love and trust in God, O most wise one, thou hast shone forth as a martyr, O most blessed one, and unto the angels co-citizen hast thou become, O most glorious one.
She applauded Canada, which has imposed the stiffest sanctions, calling herself a "co-citizen" because the House of Commons gave her honorary citizenship in 2008.
Here, in the person of Avigdor Lieberman, is another presumably equal co-citizen of Israel who calls openly for my disqualification from our shared citizenship because I want to be equal to him under the laws of our common country.
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