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PROLES. Progeny, such issue as proceeds from a lawful marriage; and, in its enlarged sense, it signifies any children.

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But she continued to receive a "large number" of messages from Cotterill, who had set up fake Facebook prole to send messages to her and her adult children.
Et sic pertinent ad usum matrimonii, per quem et proles producitur [.
But like the Russian masses, his proles are doomed to hopeless and permanent oppression.
Then the proles will inherit the earth, and freedom will prevail by default.
Alton Towers call it a VIP ticket - which presumably stands for Very Insulting to Proles.
First century plebes got bread and circuses; 21st century proles may get lotteries and drugs.
Throw in his horrified descriptions (secondhand, of course) of trailer park life, and a vivid picture emerges: Poor people are fat, pimply proles with junk in their yards, living for crack and cable TV.
He said: "From dogs who have social media proles to owners who use video calling to check on their pet while away, technology is fast becoming an integral part of everyday life.
Figures from Local Alcohol Proles for England show that both men and women cut their lives hort by booze-related deaths.
In a world where r cheap entertainment keeps the proles r ignorant but content, where r war without end is always a fought and the goveo rnment is always a watching, can Winston possibly hold on to what he feels inside?
And while he may not tour his stand-up shows much anymore, the latter is more than happy to trek around the planet showing all us unfortunate proles stuck at home all the places we can't afford to go, when we'd much prefer being made to laugh instead.
Friday: HeartsetOnHope, Chasing Jayne, Proles, Kiss Your Commander, Oh My Days, Deft Reality.