roturier

ro·tu·rier

 (rō-to͝or′ē-ā′, -tyo͝or′-)
n.
A commoner.

[French, from Old French, from roture, newly cultivated land, from Latin ruptūra, action of breaking; see rupture.]

roturier

(rɒˈtjʊərɪeɪ; rɒˈtʊərɪeɪ)
n
a freeholder or ordinary person
adj
plebeian
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Le roman, un genre batard et roturier, se dedouane a bon escient des regles et des structures codifiees que veut lui imposer l'Institution litteraire.
Roturier, "Analysis of L5/E5 acquisition, tracking and data demodulation thresholds," in Proceedings of the U.S.
4) More recently, authors like Roturier (2015) or De la Cova (2016) have also described the importance of these so-called translation kits or lockits as an established component of highly technified projects such as app localization projects.
Indeed, several notable success stories of MT have come from organizations that carefully implement MT as part of a larger workflow of content creation in adherence to strict authoring guides, linguistic preprocessing, domain-specific glossaries, and the use of translators to assess and augment MT output to a high-quality, publishable standard (e.g., Roturier, 2009).
La situation entre les deux camps est encore plus faussee par le fait que Sanderval doit s'assumer le role d'un personnage qu'il n'est pas, car les Princes peuls ne peuvent avoir affaire a un simple roturier; aussi pretend-il, sous les recommandations de son interprete, d'etre le neveu du Roi de France--et on ne peut que noter l'incongruite et l'anachronisme de cette position en pleine Troisieme Republique--et un deguisement de Mephistopheles, introduit subrepticement dans ses bagages par son epouse, a pu convaincre ses interlocuteurs ebahis (115).
Madame de la Rebeliere shares her husband's racial prejudices against blacks and mulattoes and believes in the "one drop theory;' that even a single drop of "colored" blood in Donatien's veins makes him inferior to whites: "eut-il ete le premier-ne d'un roi, il suffisait d'une goutte de sang noir sous sa peau pour le faire descendre a un degre au-dessous du blanc le plus roturier" (123).
Freedman further finds the musical press initially characterized by the desire to support the court and its cultural institutions, but, by the end of the period under consideration, musical treatises published the techniques and instruments through which readers could aspire to civility, and therefore at least potentially leave their roturier origins behind them.
Le discours se laisse infiltrer de plus en plus par le discours de caste et de mepris pour le roturier. A la fin du recit, le page est parvenu pres du centre du pouvoir.
Radet et al.'s Le Noble roturier in which sans-culotte egalitarianism takes the place of M.
(36) The occupational status of the grooms in these contracts is as follows: nine noblemen, one of whom also held an office in the Cour des Comptes, Aides et Finance; six royal officers of roturier status; three doctors, two of whom were also professors in the medical faculty; two doctors of law, one of them also a university professor; and one man of unknown status.
Karima y interpreta le role de Yamna, une fille de campagne qui va nouer une histoire d'amour avec Ayoub, un roturier rebelle.