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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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Ese dia escribio: "Bueno, plebes, ahi los dejo, carni".
My first Army Navy banner since plebe year would display the Casimir Pulaski and the words, "GO NAVY, NUKE ARMY.
National Defense sat in on a recent class during which the plebes worked together to create wireless networks on their issued laptops only to have Simon and his assistant, Ensign Justin Monroe, break into them, steal critical information and display it for all to see.
Julio dice: "Nos decian plebes, chamacos, buquis, o por el apodo.
With her trademark ears frowning, she radiates displeasure at the demeaning photo opportunity orchestrated by the plebes that fetch her Eukanuba.
Midshipmen 4th Class Maxwell Johnson said as plebes (first year students), he and Johnson and his peers are constantly learning from the SELs around them things like military bearing and people skills.
Este concepto es metodologicamente util por su significado inclusivo, ya que puede referirse a las clases privilegiadas como a las populares, a los sectores de las elites como a los subalternos, a las aristocracias como a las plebes.
And you're not just one person in a squad--you're one of two or three plebes in the squad.
It was understood that, if the propertied people failed to hold to this, the plebes could and would revolt.
The plebes of Main Street bailout the plutocrats of Wall Street.
There was a spot up front, but it usually belonged to D, a teacher who practices yoga with us plebes when not teaching.
There, he makes insightful albeit imprudent diagnoses - a man's wife is unfaithful, a woman's job is imperiled - and dispenses placebos to the plebes.