In the first place, they were vaguely persuaded that every foreigner had a knife about him; in the second, they held it to be a sound constitutional national axiom that he ought to go home to his own country.
Against these obstacles, the lame foreigner with the stick had to make head as well as he could; not absolutely single-handed, because Mr Arthur Clennam had recommended him to the Plornishes (he lived at the top of the same house), but still at heavy odds.
Such want of liberality towards a foreigner
on the part of a lady of her education and refinement surprised me.
But I am not a foreigner
, sir," said she, with an accent as pure as ever was heard between Portsmouth and Manchester; "my name is Lady Clarik, and this measure--"
The foreigner mixed with the assembly, and looked more closely at the social spectacle around him.
Not at theatres only; but among other gatherings, in other places, the foreigner had noticed the same stolid languor where any effort was exacted from genteel English brains, and the same stupid contempt where any appeal was made to genteel English hearts.
The foreigner looked at it, and tried, as a citizen of a civilized country, to understand it.
The foreigner was deeply impressed by the silent expectation of the great throng about him.
She befriended several expats and started to organise small events for fellow foreigners
The government is considering making it more difficult for foreigners
and overseas Koreans to "exploit" the state-run healthcare system by revising the relevant laws, health officials said Tuesday.
ISLAMABAD -- The capital police are once again launching a survey to collect details of foreigners
living in the city.
The number of foreigners
visiting Azerbaijan stood at 185,913 in January 2018, and 166,161 in February.