The feisty airline is the brainchild of entrepreneur Tony Fernandes, a Malaysian of Indian descent who also is a British citizen.
These top-down schemes need city-size investment, and the citizen does not need to worry about the consequences, we are told.
We were able to get the jurisdiction transferred to Israel, because he was an Israeli citizen.
Did you hear the one about the citizen who was charged with assault for bringing down a runaway mugger?
If you are born to a Jewish mother, then you are, by law, a Jewish national and a citizen.
Under our Constitution their rights are just as sacred as those of any other citizen.
That was an occasion, my countrymen, when it was greater to be an American citizen than to wear a crown.
Suppose a citizen of New York moves to Pennsylvania and establishes a residence there.
The citizen, waiting, saw Mr. Jennings put a rope in his pocket.
But the citizen of the United States is still more justly entitled to claim this praise.
early 14c., "inhabitant of a city," from Anglo-French citezein (spelling subsequently altered, probably by influence of denizen), from Old French citeien "city-dweller, town-dweller, citizen" (12c., Modern French citoyen), from cite (see city) + -ain (see -ian). Replaced Old English burhsittend and ceasterware. Sense of "inhabitant of a country" is late 14c. Citizen's arrest recorded from 1941; citizen's band (radio) from 1947. Citizen of the world (late 15c.) translates Greek kosmopolites.
A person of a more conservative, established, and prosaic caste than oneself; square (1960s+ Black & counterculture)