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plebe

(plebeian) first or lowest class, especially at U.S. Military and Naval Academies. [Pop. Culture: Misc.]
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Approximately 1,200 candidates are selected each year for the Academy's "plebe" or freshman class, and each student is required to participate in Plebe Summer.
Il touche aussi bien les elites que la plebe, les affaires que les moeurs et rien ne semble a l'abri de cette regression.
Mildness alternates with brutality, happiness with tragedy, darkness with light, dreams with reality, poetry with ribaldry, present with past, Romulus's formal journaling with his companion Amelia's informal ostraca, nobility with the plebe, peace with war.
Por tanto, no se deben llamar propiamente 'leyes', sino 'plebiscitos' aquellos que son aprobados por presentacion de los tribunos de la plebe, a cuyas decisiones no estaban sujetos los patricios hasta que el dictador QUINTO HORTENSIO hizo aprobar una ley en virtud de la cual lo que la plebe habia establecido, debia ser observado por todos los Quirites (GEL.