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Demotic is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Demotic books and related discussion.

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Arthur Griffith by Owen McGee review: the prophet of 'economic nationalism'
A voracious reader and enthusiastic, if somewhat demotic, writer, he “championed the right of the working classes to receive state grants to enable them to attend university,” something almost unheard of in the UK of his day.
George Steiner's Europe
When Steiner, who is generally the kind of writer one would expect to use that archaic word without embarrassment, finally arrives at his modest speculations about Europe's future, he settles for the more demotic “What next?
Push for Md. tax relief has two key backers: Miller and Busch
Review: 'Prodigals' by Greg Jackson Skewers the Elite
There is goose-pimpling writing about Terry Gross (“demotic ur-parent, Catcher in the WHYY”), envy (“You need people well enough informed to understand just how enviable you are”), and the odd poignancy of The New York Review of Books, which ...
Chekhov goes to Greek school
A prerequisite of attaining such an exalted position was a knowledge of demotic Greek, and it was for this reason that in 1867, 'Antonios Tsekhoph' was enrolled in the local Greek school.

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