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“Nowhere is one more a foreigner than in France. Having neither the tolerance of Anglo-American Protestants, nor the absorbent ease of Latin Americans, nor the rejecting as well as assimilating curiosity of the Germans or Slavs, the French set a compact social texture and an unbeatable national pride against foreigners." --Strangers to Ourselves, 1991, Julia Kristeva, see Volksgeist

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  1. A person from a foreign country.
  2. A private job run by an employee at a trade factory rather than going through the business.


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See also

  • Alien (law), a person in a country who is not a citizen or permanent resident of that country. It does generally not include a stateless individual.

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