peerage

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Synonyms for peerage

aristocracy

Synonyms for peerage

the peers of a kingdom considered as a group

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Characters abound: From the eccentric OCS Commandant who insisted that cadets should learn skeet shooting "in case they were ever invited by a British nobleman to shoot clay pigeons," through a tyrannical CO who constantly blamed his subalterns for everything that went wrong but ignored them when they did well, to "Monty" who evidently made a very favourable impression on the author.
Last year, religious leaders stepped into an argument between thousands of mineworkers in West Virginia and a coal company owned by a British nobleman. Priests, ministers and rabbis joined with the United Mine Workers in calling on the Peabody coal company to "bargain in good faith."
The play told the story of a British nobleman living in Wyoming and his love for an Indian squaw.
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