In the popular press, however, the two commingled and were accessible to all readers.
This remains an extremely controversial subject in popular Italian politics.
Devizes is an historic market town which is popular with local residents and those from further afield.
He showed that at key turning points it was popular activity of the masses that shaped events.
It has become in her view an arty scene, trendy to visit at the weekend and popular with tourists.
The game is proving very popular with locals with several wins over recent weeks.
There are many examples of regimes every bit as repressive as Iraq's falling to popular revolt.
The Chinese exported ceramics for the popular taste of early Muslim rulers in the ninth century.
Even the splits within the establishment are a product of popular anti-war pressure.
It is true that these are terms of public parlance, rather than of popular speech.