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pigeonhole

a hole or recess in a dovecote for pigeons to nest in

pigeonhole

1. One of a series of small compartments.
2. A seat in the top row of a gallery or in the uppermost gallery in a theater.
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However, this strength and flexibility increasingly precludes us from projects, as we don't fit in to the required pigeon holes.
Semugaza, who had worked there for three years and was responsible for the pigeon hole, would have known from markings that they contained cheques or similar items, said Mr Samuel.
Kristen Ford doesn't fit particularly neatly in the singer-songwriter pigeon hole.
The claimant was pigeon holed, but it was up to her to get out of that pigeon hole.
As I said, everything has to fit into a pigeon hole, but Funsports?
He put them into his own pigeon hole to be smuggled out on his round.
Dr Kirby said: "Often we pigeon hole children for being bad, mad or sad when all they need is a change in their diet.
Mary Coughlan's music has never fallen into any particular pigeon hole in the past and immediately after this residency she is due to leave for the USA to cut a jazz album.
A TEACHER sacked after pornography was left in a female colleague's pigeon hole has been struck off the teaching register.
A TEACHER accused of leaving explicit porn in the pigeon hole of a female colleague has been sacked.
Limited Tenders are invited for Pigeon Hole Rack For Files - 4.