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mot formé de pigeon et de hole

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  1. Casier.

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  1. Étiqueter, cataloguer.
    • Some have already pigeonholed him as another Denis Thatcher, who was content to play a supporting role to Margaret Thatcher during her time in power, offering opinions and succour in private, but doing his best to avoid controversy in public, despite being sent up by Private Eye as a gin-swilling, golf club reactionary. — (BBC News, « Profile: Theresa May's husband Philip », 13 juillet 2016.)

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