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Information on over 55,000 people who became naturalised British citizens between 1844 and 1930 is now available free in the Catalogue…The project will be completed in March 2005 when 7000 naturalisations from 1931 to 1935, already available at the public research rooms in Kew, will go online.
Meanwhile the real prosody of English had been elaborated, in the usual blending fashion of the race, by an intricate, yet, as it happens, an easily traceable series of compromises and naturalisations.
Al-Wifaq, the leading Shia party, has long criticised these "political naturalisations".
For the first time since 1997 the jump in the number of Swiss citizens was the result not only of naturalisations but also of the number of births.