Moss and Galliano, who are both British, have more than nationality and fashion in common.
Not that nationality matters, the editors insist: “The literary homeland... is the language itself.”
If Italians cardinals vote for the next pope according to nationality, they can stop any cardinal from advancing.
Hossein Darakhshan, born in Tehran on January 7, 1975, has dual Canadian-Iranian nationality.
Daniel is ethnically Jewish, his nationality is Jewish—he is insistent on this point, but also that he is a Jewish Christian.
The latter also carries a flag—of nationality not so easily determined.
Then let me return to him on the morrow and say what was the nationality of Rieka.
After learning that I did not smoke, and had no objection to children, he inquired my nationality.
But these gossips were of a mind not peculiar to any nationality or to any colour.
Under which mass of overwhelming proofs of nationality the Amie du Drapeau gave in.
1690s, "national quality," from national + -ity (in some usages perhaps from French nationalité. As "fact of belonging to or being a citizen of a particular state," from 1828, gradually shading into "race, ethnicity." Meaning "separate existence as a nation" is recorded from 1832. Related: Nationalities.
But I do love a country that loves itself. I love a country that insists on its own nationality which is the same thing as a person's insisting on his own personality. [Robert Frost, letter, April 21, 1919]