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The Commoners reached 111-3 with Dave Wilcoxson unbeaten on 48 and Ravi Mander knocking 45.
It was Aberaeron's fourth victory in seven matches and they are on the heels of the leading trio Aberystwyth, Llanwrda and UWA Commoners.
KARACHI -- Civil Servants belonging to the 12th Civil Services Academy (CSA) Commoners here on Monday constituted a MediBank Trust - Sindh chapter, to provide free of cost medicines to needy patients, in memory of their colleagues or any of their family members who passed away during last few years.
In fact, the only time when a sprinkling of the commoners could contest and make to the legislatures and to the governments was when Zulfikar Ali Bhutto fielded his relatively newly-formed Pakistan People's Party in the 1970 general election?
The rulers are paying lip service to the problems being faced by the commoners," the QWP leader added.
Nobility, clergy and commoners were recognized as the centers - the estates - of power in medieval society.
6 ( ANI ): The Japanese Government has introduced a new proposal, enabling female members of the Imperial family to establish their own Imperial branches after their marriage to commoners, amid concerns over the falling number of royal household members.
For us mere commoners, signs of public affections for our loved ones are as common as we are commoners, but for the British Royal family, public displays of affection are most often kept to an eye gaze or a pat on the back.
Three-quarters of European Princes now Marry Commoners, Finds Study of 107 Royal Romances
As a result the WAG advised commoners they may need to acquire extra land to activate all their subsidy entitlements - or to consider selling surplus entitlements.
KATE Middleton will become one in a long line of commoners to marry into the Royal Family.
It will use expertise from the Federation of Cumbrian Commoners, the Dartmoor Commoners' Council and John Thorley, ex-National Sheep Association chief executive.
Caption: Jason Lyon, chief executive of The Common Man family of restaurants, left, congratulates The Commoners team from Saint Anselm College for being one of four Saint Anselm teams advancing to the general election in The Common Man Apprentice competition, which challenged teams of students from Saint Anselm and Plymouth State University to design a presidential primary t-shirt.
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.