(1) When he was charged the media seemed a bit shy of mentioning his nationality or immigration status.(2) they changed their nationality and became Lebanese(3) His nationality gave him minority status among even the minorities, and, as such, he believed, was never given due respect for his military knowledge.(4) At that time the Race Relations Act did not outlaw discrimination on grounds of nationality but only national origin.(5) You will never be mistaken as belonging to another nationality or religion.(6) The cadres of this organisation do not belong to any single nationality or ethnic group.(7) There are all sorts of arguments about whether people automatically get nationality or whether the new State has complete discretion over these issues and so on.(8) The former will prohibit any discrimination based on gender, contracted workers' status, nationality , disability and old-school ties.(9) I will not permit considerations of gender, race, religion, political affiliation, sexual orientation, nationality , or social standing to influence my duty of care.(10) It means hatred against any group of persons defined by reference to colour, race, nationality (including citizenship) or ethnic or national origins.(11) It was not suggested that Sikhs were a group defined by colour, race, nationality or national origins and the argument turned entirely upon whether they were a group defined by ethnic origins.(12) Classes can be defined by almost any characteristic, such as income, hair color, age, nationality , or sexual habits.(13) Firstly, fascism discriminates between enterprises and families according to whether they belong to the favoured nationality .(14) That was the reason it slipped in there, because otherwise we would have had to take people of British nationality as our free citizens.(15) The notion that language equals nationality and therefore personal identity is foolish.(16) Personal identities such as race, religion, sexuality, nationality and gender are personal and complex matters.