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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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While Princess Diana was technically a commoner before she married Prince Charles because she was not a peer of the realm, many view the late royal as above the usual commoner.
Mr Griffiths, secretary of the Cefn Bryn Commoners and treasurer of the Gower Commoners Association, said: "We are the conservationists.
Queen Mother is the first commoner to marry the royal family and this paved the way for Middleton and Meghan Markle's easy entry into the Firm.
Barry Commoner rose to prominence in the 1950s as a leader of the campaign against nuclear bomb tests.
Feeling leaderships in the world are actively toying with ideas to bring in systems for distribution of national wealth for commoners' benefit.
Think Like a Commoner is extraordinarily well structured.
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.
Appendix 1 has a sample size of 296 respondents, and contains 1,850 usable responses for Necessity, 1,714 for Commoner, and 2,086 for Parasite.
Kate Middleton has turned 29 and has celebrated her final birthday as a commoner - with less than four months to go before she marries Prince William.
The Queen Mother became the first commoner to marry close to the throne since the seventeenth century.
Simpson: The True Story of a Commoner Who Captured the Heart of a King" is the reality of this true story that happened seventy years ago.