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adjective artless, authentic, characteristic, connate, consistent, crude, free from affectation, genuine, inborn, inbred, indigenous, ingenerate, ingrained, innate, innatus, instinctive, instinctual, lifelike, native, nativus, normal, organic, original, pure, real, regular, true to life, typical, unadulterated, unartificial, uncultivated, unsynthetic, untouched
Associated concepts: natural law
See also: bodily, born, common, conventional, current, customary, familiar, genuine, habitual, informal, ingenuous, inherent, innate, legitimate, naive, native, normal, organic, physical, prevailing, real, realistic, regular, simple, sincere, spontaneous, unaffected, undistorted, unobtrusive, unpretentious, usual, veridical

SERVITUDES, NATURAL, civil law. Those servitudes which arise in consequence of the nature of the soil.
     2. By law the inferior heritages, are submitted in relation to the natural flow of waters, and the like, to the superior. An inferior field is, therefore, subject to the injury or prejudice which the situation of the ground, in its natural state, way cause it.

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Vikramjit said that despite being natural trade and investment partners, the volume of trade between Pak and India, the two largest economies of the region, was extremely low.
Because they are not natural trade partners, the trade volume between Japan and Turkey -- the world's third and 16th largest economies, respectively -- was just slightly more than $4.
This exclusive strategic partner should drive three natural trade areas and identify up to 15 locations within each trade area.
The common perception that evolved at the Diwania was that both India and Kuwait are natural trade partners and enjoy age-old political and economic ties.
Shaikha Mai affirmed that the event focused on the old lifestyle through the old market and street ways that still carry the Bahraini spirit and reflect the natural trade and social practices.