They reported to a woman named Farilla, who ran a fortune-telling parlor in the prole district.
"He's a prole named Yandragno, sir," one of the policemen said.
It's safer to kill a Citizen than bloody a prole's nose; they have all sorts of laws to protect them.
A member of the lower or working class: Chez Tom Wolfe proles, for example, wear new down coats
[1887+; fr proletarian, ''member of the working class,'' ultimately fr Latin; popularized by George Orwell's 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four]