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Use "citizens" in a sentence
"The American party has always denied, and I again reiterate the denial, that we do, at all proscribe, or in any way interfere with, any class of our foreign citizens, save that we propose to send _convicts_ from European prisons back to their own native and infamous dens, as fast as they land here -- but these are not _citizens_ of ours."
"Affected by the French "No" to the draft constitution in 2005, an undeniable "proof that Europe had strayed away from its citizens", Barnier used his opening remarks to emphasise his intention of restoring citizens´ faith in the European project by "making sure the essence of the internal market is about those who live it on a daily basis: the citizens, consumers and businesses"."
"Well, Paul, you know Missouri is the Show Me State, which for many of its citizens translates as, "Show me a hypocritical freak, and I'll vote for him.""