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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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Never mind role model-- he looks like a boiled lobster" Commentator Janet Street-Porter on RMT leader Bob Crow on holiday in Brazil "This action is entirely politically motivated - muscle-flexing by the unions" London's mayor Boris Johnson on the London tube strikes "I don't want to pigeon-hole myself as British, but I am happy drinking Earl Grey tea" Comedian Miles Jupp "There is no bottomless purse" Lord Smith, chairman of the Environment Agency, on the choices that have to be made in dealing with floods WRITE Letters Editor Media Wales Ltd, Six Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR e-mail readers@walesonline.
There has been some debate about which pigeon-hole the band occupies, but bass player and vocalist Ned Russin explains: "We're all hardcore kids, we all go to hardcore shows, and we're inspired by hardcore bands, so are we not a hardcore band?
Stereotyping is the easiest act in the world, it helps pigeon-hole, label and classify.
If many find the play hard to pigeon-hole, Propeller sticks act two firmly in the realm of chaotic comedy.
The door to the firm's office was locked yesterday, while around a dozen letters were in Sara Recruitment's pigeon-hole on the ground floor of the building.
Arguably the most prominent moment of his career came when he failed to convert a match point in the fourth round of the 2001 French Open against three-time winner Gustavo Kuerten, but don't forever pigeon-hole him as a threat solely on the dirt due to that because the majority of his success has come on hard courts.
Although described as a comedy drama, Anne Hathaway says it is best not to pigeon-hole the film.
What's going to be the most efficient needs to be studied and analyzed, but I don't think we can pigeon-hole and dictate one way dial it has to be done.
You would've been hard-pressed to pigeon-hole Moyet's latest musical direction.
These concepts are not meant to pigeon-hole students, but rather to be a guide as you determine the most effective way to interact with and teach your college-aged student.
You're not going to pigeon-hole him or put him in anything that's pro forma anytime.