pigeonhole


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Synonyms for pigeonhole

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to distribute into groups according to kinds

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a specific (often simplistic) category

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a small compartment

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place into a small compartment

treat or classify according to a mental stereotype

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GOOD DEAL: Huddersfield's hip hop collective, Extra Curricular, have signed up to Pigeonhole Records
For many, the pigeonhole phenomenon is frustrating.
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Our challenge is that some people still pigeonhole tape purely as a backup and restore tool when, in fact, it's one of the most versatile solutions out there.
The stewards found that Markan, trained by Paul Cole, had interfered with For Your Eyes Only, ridden by Adrian Nicholls, around the two-furlong point and placed the misdemeanour in the major irresponsible pigeonhole.
You can't really pigeonhole a typical Shiner Bock customer," he said.
However, Fortress is unlike most other companies that trade publicly, as it is open to unique risks and difficult to pigeonhole into a peer group.
It's the show-off role of choice for actors, from Dawson's pal to Pee-wee Herman, trying to break out of their particular pigeonhole.
Perceptions can be very damaging and the Forum wants to get rid of the stereotypical views that can pigeonhole minority ethnic people.
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But it's not clear that even self-identified young conservatives fit their own pigeonhole.
I don't like to be pigeonholed, and I love Candie's because they never pigeonhole people in their campaigns.
But critics haven't known quite what to do with Oliver: They've tried to pigeonhole him as a folk artist, a magic realist, a surrealist, a contemporary figurative classicist, even a Pre-Raphaelite, to no avail.
Such ideas have gained Murray no small number of critics who attempt to pigeonhole him as a conservative or reactionary, but his wide-ranging knowledge of literature and culture, his keen intellect, his abundant "capacity for combining the abstract and downhome," his willingness to employ protest in the heroic tradition in his writing, and his emphasis on stylizing the Black Experience all defy easy categorization.
I don't like to pigeonhole myself into one technology so instead of purchasing a separate virtual tape library, I can utilize the Pillar Axiom and its QoS capabilities not only for our online data, but also for our archive data," said Geldart.