use peon in a sentence.
Or even peon at a big university.
When they are they laugh in the face of the peon daring to question his greatness.
I think his point was that it's better to work for yourself, than be some nameless peon at GS.
Us peons don't get a look in.
Heaven forbid that the mere peons have some kind of freedom in investing and creating things.
The peon actively chose to work there and participate in Microsoft's attempts to dismantle any competition in any field they enter through highly questionable tactics.
But since I'm stuck with Android leaking file descriptors right now, even the peon option seems attractive...
I don't personally know because I'm just a peon with a qwerty keyboard, but I think there are some great developers and talented architects out there who could figure it out and make it happen.
Or, did they just take water out of the vending machines and cancel water cooler contracts for the peons?
While true, the superuser/peon distinction falls to pieces in most family use scenarios.
But in his defense, as of 1224 EST the AP link reads: CIA Director Peon Panetta says U.
Tinker with the lives of the little people like the peons they are.