citizen of the world


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citizen of the world

One who feels comfortable in any country. Her many travels have caused her to become a citizen of the world.
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citizen of the world

a person who is at home in any country.
See also: citizen, of, world
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Dubai: The Founder and President of Peace and Sport has hailed the "citizen of the world" feeling exuded by the UAE.
The main story, Elie Wiesel's Paper and its implications through the Miriam Makeba saga, resulting in her making herself a posthumous citizen of the world by having her remains strewn in the ocean; to the madness and indignity of the "open toilets" saga in South Africa, a country where a few individuals have become filthy rich on the back of Black Economic Empowerment, one can only ask: What has become of our leaders' consciences?
Jazziz Magazine recently called Elias "A citizen of the world."
It involves using the other elements to embrace change and become a more creative and engaged citizen of the world.
They can help reduce carbon emissions by 17 percent and this supports our goal to be a responsible citizen of the world.'
Albright, speaking Czech, described Havel as a citizen of the world, and said that few were "more Czech" than her friend.
He was born in Jerusalem and is now based in Tel Aviv, though like many big jazz names he is more a citizen of the world.While he sometimes uses the traditional songs of his homeland as a starting point, his own compositions also have the most beguiling and memorable melodies.
They are the recurring colonialist nightmare, writing the contemporary existence, and in transit from Italian national to citizen of the world. Quotations are in Italian, with English translation in the end notes.
The purpose of the essay contest was to have high school seniors think about what it means to be a citizen of the world, which is how the Greek philosopher Socrates described himself more than 2,500 years ago, according to Thomas Marx, director of the Center for Global Leadership and Understanding.
He's also a true citizen of the world and cares about the people and the environment around him.
"I consider myself to be a citizen of the world." She also praised Luhrmann for his boldness and originality in making the film.
Ads running in magazines like CosmoGirl and Seventeen read, "I am a citizen of the world. I am a dreamer.
Being born in Cardiff and living here for almost 72 years, I am Welsh, but, also British, European and a citizen of the world, so why not be open about the cost of all these services and gauge the value for money aspects of each of them?
These messages are at the core of the lessons I strive to instill in my four children: "Be a Citizen of the World ...
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