Sentences with Citizenship, Sentences about Citizenship

Sentences with Citizenship, Sentences about Citizenship

1. Samuel acquired French citizenship.

2. Illness is the night side of life, a more onerous citizenship.

3. I don’t say women’s rights—I say the constitutional principle of the equal citizenship stature of men and women.

4. Venture too far for love, she tells herself, and you renounce citizenship in the country you’ve made for yourself.

5. Nevertheless, (Jefferson) believed that the habit of skepticism is an essential prerequisite for responsible citizenship.

6. We also have a program in place for low income people. A family of four making $26,000 a year can receive medical coverage, irrespective of citizenship or what documents.

7. And until that day, the dream of lasting peace, world citizenship, rule of international morality, will remain but a fleeting illusion to be pursued, but never attained… now everywhere is war.

8. Citizenship is an attitude, a state of mind, an emotional conviction that the whole is greater than the part…and that the part should be humbly proud to sacrifice itself that the whole may live.

9. In a composite nation like ours, as before the law, there should be no rich, no poor, no high, no low, no white, no black, but common country, common citizenship, equal rights and a common destiny.

 

1. Samuel is a loyal citizen of his country.

2. I am not an Athenian or a Greek, but a citizen of the world.

3. I have no country to fight for my country is the earth, and I am a citizen of the world.

4. Citizen Kane is perhaps the one American talking picture that seems as fresh now as the day it opened. It may seem even fresher.

5. My dad had a commercial film company, so he had a videotape player before anyone. So he got Mel Brooks movies or Citizen Kane or some classic old movies. And every summer the revival house in Evanston would show the great films from the ’50s and ’60s and ’70s.

6. Folks, the most insidious part of this whole health care scheme is that all of these vast medical expenditures will become nothing more than government budget items. We individuals will no longer exist. The relationship between a government and citizen will change forever.

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