commoners

  • 1 Commoners — (engl., spr. Kammner), Gemeine, nicht zur Nobility gehörige, s. u. Adel VI. K) u. Universitäten; die Mitglieder des Unterhauses in England …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 2 Commoners — Commŏners (engl.), in England alle nicht zur Nobility, d.h. zu den Mitgliedern des Oberhauses Gehörenden …

    Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • 3 Commoners — (Kammönners), engl., zu dem Stande der Gemeinen gehörig; auf engl. Universitäten die niederen Mitglieder derselben und überhaupt alle, die einen Grad erhalten und unter anderem auch das Recht haben, bei Parlamentswahlen zu stimmen …

    Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • 4 commoners — index populace Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

    Law dictionary

  • 5 commoners — com·mon·er || kÉ’mÉ™nÉ™ n. common person, one who is not of noble rank …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 6 commoners — In old English law, persons having a right of common. So called because they have a right to pasture on the waste, in common with the lord …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 7 commoners — In old English law, persons having a right of common. So called because they have a right to pasture on the waste, in common with the lord …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 8 Commoners Crown — Studio album by Steeleye Span Released January 1975 …

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  • 9 Commoners in the United Kingdom — In British law, a commoner is someone who is neither the Sovereign nor a peer. Therefore, any member of the Royal Family who is not a peer, such as Prince Harry of Wales or Anne, Princess Royal, is a commoner, as is any member of a peer s family …

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  • 10 City of Kings and Commoners — Copan, Honduras …

    Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • 11 masses of people — commoners, general populace …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 12 Communiarii — ♦ Commoners. (Reynolds, Susan. An Introduction to the History of English Medieval Towns, 198) Language: Latin …

    Medieval glossary

  • 13 Thai royal and noble titles — are the royal and noble styles signifying relationship to the King introduced by King Trailokanat, who reigned 1448 to 1488. The system is rooted in the Thai language equivalent of feudalism, Sakdina (ศักดินา: literally, power over fields).It is… …

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  • 14 Winchester College — Motto Manners makyth man Established 1382 Type Independent school Rel …

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  • 15 Rushmere Common — is situated just to the East of Ipswich in the parish of Rushmere St. Andrew in Suffolk, UK. It is predominately heathland and popular with local residents. It is crossed by a number of footpaths, including the Sandlings Walk, a long distance… …

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  • 16 Commoner — For the Pulp song, see Common People (song). Common people and The masses redirect here. For the American biologist, see Barry Commoner. For other uses, see The Masses (disambiguation). The French Revolution was in origin an upri …

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  • 17 Okinawan name — Okinawan names today have only two components, the family names (surnames or last names) first and the given names last. Okinawan family names represent the distinct historical and cultural background of the islands which now comprise Okinawa… …

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  • 18 Winchester College football — Winchester College Football, also known as Winkies, WinCoFo or simply Our Game , is a code of football played at Winchester College. It is akin to the Eton Field and Wall Games and the Harrow Game in that it enjoys a large following from… …

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  • 19 Aztec warfare — concerns the aspects associated with the militaristic conventions, forces, weaponry and strategic expansions conducted by the Late Postclassic Aztec civilization of Mesoamerica, including particularly the military history of the Aztec Triple… …

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  • 20 Beijing city fortifications — The city wall of Beijing was a fortification built around 1435. It was 23.5 km long. The thickness at ground level was 20m and the top 12m. The wall was 15m high, and it had nine gates. This wall stood for nearly 530 years, but in 1965 it was… …

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