plebs


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
See: populace
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
8551, Philippine National Police Reform Act of 1998, PLEB is a check and balance mechanism.
She added: "I took Plebs because they film it in Bulgaria - a fascinating place.
BACK FOR MORE Plebs stars, from left, Tom Rosenthal, Joel Fry and Ryan Sampson are joined in third series by Bella Dayne, who plays
CONFESSED fan of Plebs, Keegan admits she was "chuffed" to secure a part in the quirky comedy.
He cited the Department of the Interior and Local Government Act of 1990, which authorizes the city council to create a number of PLEBs as necessary to hear and decide on citizens' complaints against erring members of the local police force.
Despite her obvious lack of enthusiasm for dealing with plebs that, you know, aren't on TV and stuff, she said the rise of self-scanning tills had "killed off the final vestiges of human contact" in shopping -which is surely the point.
In this study, we examined aspects of the visual physiology of the Antarctic amphipod Abyssorchomene plebs (Hurley, 1965) (Gammaridea: Lysianassoidea).
Thompson in finding that the limited social mixing of seventeenth-century taverns eventually separated the plebs from the patricians and created taverns with distinct clienteles.
THE stars are the same as the rest of us plebs, but on a different level.
It is about time that one of the Premiership's plethora of pundits said what most of us plebs have thought for a while - the young lad is not the next Bobby Moore.
6] This sinister phrase foreshadows some of his later parafascist notions of urban planning, in which the plebs would live in slab blocks while the rulers were to be in carefully segregated villas.