So running for office is just a natural extension of our comedy.
Mandegary declared Western women are sexually promiscuous in a manner not even found in the natural world.
She tells clients to open curtains as much as possible to get exposure to natural light right when the body is waking up.
Eight months after the election, the governor is as natural and gifted a presidential candidate as anyone since Huey Long.
As an example of President Obama's lack of natural political instinct, I mentioned his odd omission to thank supporters.
This might be natural in most men, but it was unusual in the Hawk.
"Don't talk like that," said Andy with a certain amount of reserve which was not natural to him.
The gifts, however, did not consist of money, but of natural products.
God is not natural to the Caucasian; the Caucasian is not natural with God.
And then, in the most natural way in the world, there were both!
c.1300, naturel, "of one's inborn character; hereditary, by birth;" early 14c. as "of the world of nature (especially as opposed to man)," from Old French naturel "of nature, conforming to nature; by birth," and directly from Latin naturalis "by birth, according to nature," from natura "nature" (see nature).
From late 15c. as "not miraculous, in conformity with nature." Meaning "easy, free from affectation" is attested from c.1600. Of things, "not artificially created," c.1600. As a euphemism for "illegitimate, bastard" (of children), it is first recorded c.1400, on notion of blood kinship (but not legal status).
Natural science is from late 14c.; natural law is from early 15c. Natural order "apparent order in nature" is from 1690s. Natural childbirth first attested 1933. Natural life, usually in reference to the duration of life, is from late 15c. Natural history is from 1560s (see history). To die of natural causes is from 1570s.
"person with a natural gift or talent," 1925, originally in prizefighting, from natural (adj.). In Middle English, the word as a noun meant "natural capacity, physical ability or power" (early 14c.), and it was common in sense "a native of a place" in Shakespeare's day. Also in 17c., "a mistress."
An integrated 4GL from Software AG, Germany. The menu-driven version is SUPER/NATURAL.
Natural 2 is a major upgrade to Natural 1.
Version 2.1.7 in the MVS environment (June 1995, also available for Unix).
Natural works with DB2 and various other databases, but Natural and Adabas normally go together. There are many products available in the "Natural" family, including SuperNatural, Natural for Windows, Entire Connection (enables up/downloading and interaction with Excel) and Esperant.