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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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Two matches are scheduled for today - leaders Aberystwyth play hapless Tywyn and District and UWA Commoners meet Dolgellau.
Each of these clinics are planned to be named after the deceased members who belonged to the 12th CSA Commoners or deceased family member of the civil servants pertaining to the group.
And several commoners did ride on the pro-PPP wave to make to the assemblies, and were inducted even in the PPP governments in Punjab and Sindh.
He said the deteriorating law and order had not only made life miserable for the commoners, but also hampered the efforts to fight polio.
The time may be upon us for commoners to return the favor and insist on an unfettered press to represent their interests.
The original Imperial Household Law required female members of the Imperial family to relinquish their Imperial status after marriage to commoners.
Indeed, nearly three-quarters of European princes now marry commoners, rather than royals or aristocrats, reveals the study by Badoo.
But the FUW warned the re-mapping process is likely to impact on commoners when flat rate payments are introduced under CAP reform.
The Queen Mother became the first commoner to marry close to the throne since the seventeenth century.
The two super heroes hopefully collide and fall apart for the rest of us commoners,'' trainer John Ward said of his hopes for the race.
There are only four of these in Hebrew, but the forty-two from Ugarit, Israel's Syrian neighbor, show the kind of communication that was going on in the royal court and among commoners about the time Israel entered its land.
David Hackett is making a victory tour amongst the commoners as he celebrates being a European Slalom Champion.