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The terms common people, the masses, or commoners denote a broad social division referring to regular people who are members of neither the nobility or the priesthood. Following the rise of the middle class in the 19th century, this division is now of mainly historical interest. Since the 20th century the term "common people" has been used in a more general sense to refer to typical members of society in contrast to highly privileged (in either wealth or influence).
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CITTADINI COMUNI [NON NOBILI]. MEMBRI DEI COMUNI. DEPUTATI. STUDENTI CHE PAGANO LA RETTA PER IL VITTO [A OXFORD]
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