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of or pertaining to the ordinary, everyday, current form of a language; vernacular: a poet with a keen ear for demotic rhythms. 2.

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Demotic Congress Abstracts
A Dictionary of Demotic Personal Names from Tuna al-Gebel publication of a special dictionary of the demotic personal names of Tuna al-Gebel.
ChiCago DemotiC DiCtionary (CDD)
A Chronological Survey Demotic and Abnormal Hieratic Sources

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Proms 47, 49 & 53, Royal Albert Hall, LondonLondon Contemporary Orchestra
It's brash, energetic and demotic – more BBC3 than BBC Radio 3 – but, like Shéhérazade, makes promises it doesn't keep.
Prom 50: CLS/Layton – review
One is an officer, Captain Slack, here sung with aristocratic poise by tenor Ian Bostridge; baritone Roderick Williams took the more demotic part of Sergeant Gifford.
GCSE results: Right question, wrong answer
We live in a more demotic age. Ugliness, stupidity and obesity are now no barrier to winning beauty prizes, academic laurels and sporting plaudits. Bravo!
Can TV's biggest names make sitcoms cool again?
Atalla chose the more demotic setting of a supermarket for his latest venture, Trollied, which is the first salvo in Sky's campaign to produce British counterparts for American hits such as The Simpsons and Modern Family.
'Desi' dictionary
Between Aai ga and Zindabad lies the demotic of a subcontinent—and the most serious effort to chronicle it on the Internet, Samosapedia. Well, “serious” is one word for it.

Suggested Web Resources

Demotic (Egyptian) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Demotic | Define Demotic at
of or pertaining to the ordinary, everyday, current form of a language; vernacular: a poet with a keen ear for demotic rhythms. 2.
Demotic - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
of, relating to, or written in a simplified form of the ancient Egyptian hieratic writing . 2. : popular, common <demotic idiom>.
demotic - definition of demotic by the Free Online Dictionary
Of or relating to the common people; popular: demotic speech; demotic entertainments. 2.
Demotic - Omniglot
The Demotic or popular script, a name given to it by Herodotus, developed from a The most recent example of writing in the Demotic script dates from 425 AD.

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