I mentioned to you before that my expectation of rough usage, in consequence of my German nationality
, had proved completely unfounded.
I was living in a time of high political tumult, and I certainly cared very much for the question of slavery which was then filling the minds of men; I felt deeply the shame and wrong of our Fugitive Slave Law; I was stirred by the news from Kansas, where the great struggle between the two great principles in our nationality
was beginning in bloodshed; but I cannot pretend that any of these things were more than ripples on the surface of my intense and profound interest in literature.
Then it occurred to him: if the answer to the question were contained in his name, his nationality
would also be given in the answer.
In that way the professor's French nationality
is accounted for.
"If you could disguise your nationality
, you would not find any insolence here.
On our little walk along the quays, he made himself the most interesting companion, telling me about the different ships that we passed by, their rig, tonnage, and nationality
, explaining the work that was going forward--how one was discharging, another taking in cargo, and a third making ready for sea--and every now and then telling me some little anecdote of ships or seamen or repeating a nautical phrase till I had learned it perfectly.
But, thanks to the nationality
of the victim of the shock, thanks to the reputation of the company to which the vessel belonged, the circumstance became extensively circulated.
For thousands of years this clan have dwelt in Shechem under strict tabu, and having little commerce or fellowship with their fellow men of any religion or nationality
. For generations they have not numbered more than one or two hundred, but they still adhere to their ancient faith and maintain their ancient rites and ceremonies.
His hat, low in the crown and of soft gray felt, would alone have betrayed his nationality
. His clothes, however, were also American in cut.
They encountered --sometimes in whole villages--Chinese, Japanese, Italians, Portuguese, Swiss, Hindus, Koreans, Norwegians, Danes, French, Armenians, Slavs, almost every nationality
In that case, the Inter-American Court highlighted the ambiguity in how different rules under Haitian constitutions and decrees would be resolved, raising concerns about the need to establish filiation in order to qualify for nationality
. (240) This is clearly a case of disputed nationality
, which falls into the second category of de facto statelessness described by van Waas.
Manama: Bahrainis who have dual nationality
will have to report their other citizenship before February 4, 2017.