a person that has dual nationality
(in the US) a commercial bank incorporated under a Federal charter and legally required to be a member of the Federal Reserve System
city in SW Calif.: suburb of San Diego: pop. 54,000
a game resembling rugby football, played in Australia between teams of 18 players each on an oval pitch, with a ball resembling a large rugby ball. Players attempt to kick the ball between posts (without crossbars ) at either end of the pitch, scoring six points for a goal (between the two main posts) and one point for a behind (between either of two outer posts and the main posts). They may punch or kick the ball and run with it provided that they bounce it every ten yards
the total outstanding borrowings of a nation's central government
a flag that represents or is an emblem of a country
a network of high-voltage power lines connecting major power stations
the racing of horses on racecourses with jumps
A national park is a large area of land which is protected by the government because of its natural beauty, plants, or animals, and which the public can usually visit .
→ short for the Grand National
→ the Grand National
A national anthem is a nation's official song which is played or sung on public occasions.
an independent church within a country, usually representing the prevalent religion
the traditional clothing of a country
forested land owned, maintained, and preserved by the U.S. government
(in Britain) a small political party of the right with racist and other extremist policies
In the United States, the National Guard is a military force within an individual state, which can become part of the national army if there is a war or emergency .
→ another name for National Health Service ⇒ ⇒ I got it on the National Health.
the total of all incomes accruing over a specified period to residents of a country and consisting of wages, salaries, profits, rent, and interest
the second oldest league of baseball in the United States
(in New Zealand ) the more conservative of the two main political parties
newspapers which concern national events of a country collectively
Pride is a feeling of satisfaction which you have because you or people close to you have done something good or possess something good.
(in Ireland ) a state primary school
A squad is a group of players from which a sports team will be chosen .
the status of someone as regarding their citizenship of a country
When there is a strike, workers stop doing their work for a period of time, usually in order to try to get better pay or conditions for themselves.
externally devised assessments in the core subjects of English, mathematics, and science that school students in England and Wales sit at the end of Key Stages 1 to 3
(in Britain) an organization concerned with the preservation of historic buildings and monuments and areas of the countryside of great beauty in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland . It was founded in 1895 and incorporated by act of parliament in 1907. The National Trust for Scotland was founded in 1931
a person residing in a country without the right to permanent residence in that country
written formal agreements covering rates of pay and other terms and conditions of employment that are the result of collective bargaining at national level between one or more trade unions and employers in a sector of the economy
the body constituted by the French Third Estate in June 1789 after the calling of the Estates General. It was dissolved in Sept 1791 to be replaced by the new Legislative Assembly
to put clothes on (oneself or another); attire
any of the bonds entered into by Scottish Presbyterians to defend their religion, esp one in 1638 ( National Covenant ) and one of 1643 ( Solemn League and Covenant )
An economy is the system according to which the money, industry, and trade of a country or region are organized .
An election is a process in which people vote to choose a person or group of people to hold an official position.
a major art gallery in London, in Trafalgar Square . Founded in 1824, it contains the largest collection of paintings in Britain
A National Guardsman is a male member of the National Guard in the United States .
(in the US) a member of a state military force that can be called into federal service by the president
a day's holiday in a country that celebrates the country itself
The identity of a person or place is the characteristics they have that distinguish them from others.
In Britain, national insurance is the state system of paying money to people who are ill, unemployed, or retired. It is financed by money that the government collects from people who work, or from their employers.
a library established and funded by a national government with the designation national, to serve the needs of this government, often to function as a library of record for the nation's publishing output, and in some cases to act as a central agency for library and bibliographic development in the nation
the largest UK lottery organization
a natural landmark or building designated by a national government as being of notable scenic or historical importance
a borrowing programme set up by the UK government, aimed esp at retail investors, and providing bonds, saving certificates, etc
any of the coastal areas with beaches, waterfowl, fishing, etc., reserved by the federal government for public use
A country's national security is its ability to protect itself from the threat of violence or attack .
National service is service in the armed forces, which young people in certain countries have to do by law .
the doctrines and practices of the Nazis, involving the supremacy of Hitler as Führer, anti-Semitism, state control of the economy, and national expansion