Definitions for "Foreign"
Outside; extraneous; separated; alien; as, a foreign country; a foreign government.
Not native or belonging to a certain country; born in or belonging to another country, nation, sovereignty, or locality; as, a foreign language; foreign fruits.
Remote; distant; strange; not belonging; not connected; not pertaining or pertient; not appropriate; not harmonious; not agreeable; not congenial; -- with to or from; as, foreign to the purpose; foreign to one's nature.
Keywords:  cat, cobby, dander, infectious, pollens
a term to describe a cat of more elongated type compared to cobby British or Persian type.
not naturally found in your body, something that signals the immune system to make a protective response. Infectious agents are foreign; so are pollens, cat dander, and transplanted human organs.
Located outside a State or Territory of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
A numismatic item not from the United States.
A non-U.S. company with securities trading on a U.S. Stock Market.
A non U.S. Company with securities trading in the U.S.
A non-U.S. company with securities trading on Nasdaq.
A term that generally covers a number of imperfect flavors coming from contamination, for example, rubbery or moldy.
Computer code expressed in other languages than Prolog. SWI-Prolog can only cooperate directly with the C and C++ computer languages.
Keywords:  exiled, excluded, distance, held
Held at a distance; excluded; exiled.
of concern to or concerning the affairs of other nations (other than your own); "foreign trade"; "a foreign office"
relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world; "foreign nations"; "a foreign accent"; "on business in a foreign city"
INTERVENTION: interference by one nation into the affairs of another
A body type of oriental appearance, as in the Siamese; sometimes called Oriental.
Keywords:  domestic
Not domestic.
Keywords:  violate, rule, words, one
Here is one of several words that violate the i-before-e rule.
Key A field (usually not the primary key) in a table that is linked (through a relationship) to a field (typically the primary key) in another table. The foreign key will hold the same data type as the primary field in the link table Often they will have the same name but this is not a requirement