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  • n  an indigenous person who was born in a particular place

  • One such prowling indigene is Albert Innaurato, 28.
  • The first is that the laboratory rat, originally Rattus norvegicus and an indigene of Asia, crossed the Volga River into Europe only 250 years ago.
  • One such prowling indigene is Albert Innaurato, 28.

  • Sam Egwu in
    In the main, the story which has its root in the a frivolous potion by a facelss "concerned Ebonyi indigene", accused Egwu of dipping his hands into the commonwealth of the state and making away with a whopping sum of N80 Billion out of the N150...
  • Peter Takirambudde in Inter Press Service (subscription)
    Discriminatory indigeneity policies often reflect a truly cynical set of political calculations,said Takirambudde. "Many Nigerian politicians are simply trying to curry favour with their indigene constituents by excluding non-indigenes...

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