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lower orders

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlower ordersˌlower ˈorders noun   the lower orders
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lower ordersGin was, after all, commercially produced and consumed only by the lower orders.Journalists believed that their message could reach even the lower orders.For example, the first rise in expectations of the lower orders would be for more and better food before manufactured goods.We must have the freedom to make our mills successful, so that we can offer the lower orders employment.For the most part the lower orders depended on selling their labour.He shows no urge to rub shoulders with the lower orders but, if anything, a tendency to keep his distance.The lower orders were denied the privilege of the back door and entered through the front.These lower orders also had racial dimensions.
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