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The common language; the language spoken by the man on the street

vox populi

Voice of the people Sociology A language, as spoken, which includes slang and jargon. See Jargon, Slang.
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The registry Vox Populi has not yet published the market premium and registry premium lists.
Before they are available to buy publicly, Vox Populi has been offering them to celebs and companies for a fee of around PS1,300, far more than standard charges of less than PS15, leading to accusations of a "predatory" and "coercive" strategy.
Vox Populi (Tokyo), like the versions of the project that Tan has done for London, Sydney, and other locales, offers little to help viewers get their bearings; absent are wall texts, family trees, names.
La percepcion es que tendremos un periodo menor de manifestaciones", aseguro el 13 de mayo Marcos Coimbra, director de Vox Populi en conferencia de prensa.
The claim to authority that would be most troubling to elites is found only in the books that critique the social estates: the invocation of a common, divinely inspired vox populi, plebis vox, and vulgus.
Vox Populi, Vox Dei was the cry of those who advocated democratic systems of government.
Events like Blogomania, Vox Populi, Model United Nations, and Quizzotica provide a platform for the hidden talent inside you.
The first paper 'Rankings in the eyes of the beholder: A vox populi approach to academic journal ranking' examines the contentious issue of journal ranking.
The results contrast with a Vox Populi poll on Friday that showed Rousseff with a lead of 8 percentage points over Serra, according to Reuters.
Il Divo was formed in 2004 as a multinational operatic pop vocal group, with members - David Miller from the US, vox populi Sebastien Izambard from France, tenor Urs BE-hler from Switzerland, and baritone Carlos Marin from Spain.
""While being an opposition member, I was insulted by Azattyk Radio, they used bad words when talking about me under pretence of the vox populi," Eshimkanov went on."Besides they failed to comply with their financial commitments for around 3 months and accused me of that.
Before we move on to the new research on diversity and group decision making, we should digress briefly to distinguish the vox populi from a closely related phenomenon, the "invisible hand." Both lie at the heart of the argument that markets are more efficient than central planning, and both are necessary to establish that conclusion.