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use "peon" in a sentence

According to the historic evidence, it is believed that ever since the 5th century B.C. this region was inhabited by the Tracian (peon) Tribes, and from their name, the region itself was called Paeonia.

In the hotel lobby they paused, Castillo summoning a peon with an abrupt
sure that the bride's parents do not put too many obligations on their son which would make the marriage unstable and lead him into penury.

A broken back, broken affairs, penury, community service and - just when he thought he was back on track - being binned by his label, Columbia.

At the other ideological pole, it referred to only a section of the citizen people, the largest, namely the majority of poor citizens - those who had to work for a living and might be in greater or less penury.

"During the 25 years of transition from communism, people lost hope that there is a chance for things to get better and that we can exit this situation of constant privation and penury," she said.

In such midst of penury and poverty it's only a very ignorant and insensitive person who then calls for donations for a birthday bash donations from the same companies that are closing shop and firing employees due to viability challenges.

The happiness you get from extravagance at any age will never compensate for the unhappiness of penury at a different age.

Which implies that the only rational conversation for Greece's creditors to have with Greece is the one they refuse to have - which is on the scale of a write-off necessary to take the country off an inevitable road to dangerous penury.

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