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It is now clear that a great many commoners will not get their farm support [Basic Payment Scheme] payments until after the end of March.
Sundus Qureishi (late), a member of CSA commoners while that in JPMC was dedicated to late wife of Karachi Commissioner.
And the PML (N) is still to show something really pleasing to the commoner.
In order to reach the place, the two decide to dress as commoners and pass the town not as the rulers of the state, but as commoners.
The traits and behaviors that characterize Necessities, Commoners, and Parasites, for example, may depend on the workers' occupations, assigned tasks, and positions in an organizational hierarchy.
The Queen Mother became the first commoner to marry close to the throne since the seventeenth century.
Plebeians (PLEE-bee-unz): members of the working class; commoners.
Ikegami sees commoners in Tokugawa Japan as subject to a degree of social control similar to that of samurai.
The two super heroes hopefully collide and fall apart for the rest of us commoners,'' trainer John Ward said of his hopes for the race.
There are only four of these in Hebrew, but the forty-two from Ugarit, Israel's Syrian neighbor, show the kind of communication that was going on in the royal court and among commoners about the time Israel entered its land.
David Hackett is making a victory tour amongst the commoners as he celebrates being a European Slalom Champion.
Another part of Richard's job is building relationships with commoners -people who live in the area and have the right to graze their animals there.
Worshipped for more than three-fifths of recorded history, Egypt's gods and goddesses were dominating forces in the lives of pharaohs and commoners alike.
Commoners lined up the procession route leading to the palace to applaud the groom riding in a horse-drawn chariot.
Ancient Egyptian customs concerning death, royalty, politics, and the life of commoners are explained throughout, and an attractive silhouette and predictive saying introduces each chapter.