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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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Then the proles will inherit the earth, and freedom will prevail by default.
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.
Gomis, who has 12 caps for France, quickly realised his error before changing his Twitter prole to 'Swansea, Wales'.
PC Prole said: "I am extremely proud of the pupils on what they have achieved as I've known them since junior school.
It occurred to me that each of us is etching a prole of ourselves, with intimate details that in the future we might rather forget.
Dad Simon, married to Samantha, said: "Sam's cousin Paul Prole is the official photographer for Hyde FC.
So if you're from the ruling class If you're some high patrician Don't think of us as riff-raff Without morals or ambition For one day soon this worm will turn Take warning from a prole Or we'll copy what the Frenchies did "Let the tumbills roll
Ray Prole took a superb six for 29 for Pontnewynydd and John Heward three for 11.
Alan Prole, managing director of Live Smart Home, said: "By completing the first block of flats and unveiling the show home, the development is now very real indeed and for the first time in the UK, people will be able to experience what it could be like living in a BoKlok home.
SO A Prole of Norfolk (Mirror, August 11) thinks we should give Tony Blair a break.
THE former manager of several high prole bands including Oasis and Primal Scream will visit Birmingham next week as part of a cinema tour.
is planning on an "awesome" British Grand Prix weekend in a bid to raise his stock and prole further in Formula One.