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commoner

1. a person who does not belong to the nobility
2. a person who has a right in or over common land jointly with another or others
3. Brit a student at a university or other institution who is not on a scholarship
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Commoner compiled statistics showing dramatic increases in production after 1945.
Hadn't the entrenched oligarchies stridden into the party as well in strength to elbow out the commoners to the sidelines?
Barry Commoner was referring to the world around us and telling people that every action affects something else.
Almost three-quarters (71%) of their romances have been with commoners.
Commoners lined up the procession route leading to the palace to applaud the groom riding in a horse-drawn chariot.
National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, a research team headed by Commoner compiled a list of 44,091 specific dioxin sources, of which 16,729 were in Canada, 22,439 in the United States, and 4,923 in Mexico.
Rocker chairs the North River Community Environmental Review Board (NRCERB), the local watchdog group that attracted Commoner and the Natural Resources Defense Council, prompting the subsequent repairs.
Commoner, Hardin, and Schumacher filled the void by laying out the relevant moral, political, and economic principles.
Indeed, that commoner even doesn't understand this lingo of economic indicators, fiscal deficits, growth rates, and so on.
The Duchess of Cambridge may have a movie that would tackle her life as a commoner that married a heir to the throne.
Summary: Kate Middleton celebrates her final birthday as a commoner on Sunday - turning 29 less than four months before she marries Prince William.
Mr Thompson added: "Traditionally most rights of common were attached to the land farmed by the commoner.