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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.
But the commoners felt no happiness coming to their blighted lives by these indicators, even as, to be fair, the people's economic conditions were then demonstrably far better than now.
While Think Like a Commoner won't make or break any experts, it certainly opens the door; interested readers will find plenty to fill their time with in the extremely comprehensive reading list included in the back matter.
Going the de-glam route this time for an upcoming sequence, Jodha and Akbar will be seen disguising themselves as commoners.
I never knew a lot about Barry Commoner until after he died, but have read extensively about him since.
After explaining the definitions of Necessity, Commoner and Parasite to the students, one of the authors in each country asked each student to voluntarily turn in a list of ten traits and behaviors describing each type of worker, for which the students received bonus points as an incentive to participate.
KATE Middleton will become one in a long line of commoners to marry into the Royal Family.
WEARING a simple white dress and pearls, Japan's Princess Sayako bid farewell to palace life today to wed a Tokyo city employee in a low- key ceremony marking the first time an emperor's daughter had married a commoner.
All the actors are present--from Thoreau and Muir to Rachael Carson, Aldo Leopold, Barry Commoner, and Edward Abbey--to mention only a few of many Dunlop casts in his quest to understand "environmentalism as an expression of the human impulse toward religion.
Security was tight in Madrid, with some 20,000 police patrolling the streets as Princess Letizia, 31, became first commoner in over 500 years to be in line to be queen.
Betting he can train any commoner to act and speak like a noble, the erudite and arrogant Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) selects Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) as his human guinea pig and sets out to transform this working class Cockney into a sparkling socialite.
Nepalese princess Prearana Rajyalaxmi Devi Shah Wednesday married a commoner amid all the pomp and glamour of a Nepalese royal arranged wedding.