use pigeonhole in a sentence.
I doubt I could do a proper rigorous proof, but pigeonhole principle comes to mind.
I'd say yes - I was pigeonholed as a Java Developer for 10 years...
Mentioning the pigeonhole principle by name might have been useful.
There should be a name for these types of articles: Pigeonhole Driven Discussion.
Or use crowdSPRING to show off lots of various designs so that you don't get pigeonholed by your designer.
A yes, yet another broken way to partition the full richness and complexity of life neatly into made-up pigeonholes.
The proof is straightforward application of the pigeonhole principle.
Don't pigeonhole yourself by languages you want to use.
I think it's usually just called the pigeonhole principle.
I think it's also "really easy to get yourself pigeonholed in the '_way_ too expensive' category, where people don't even _consider_ buying from you" (think "Photoshop")
UK english is a minefield of shibboleths which we use to pigeonhole each other with startling efficiency.
The "something resembling the pigeonhole principle" is the fact that if the union of finitely many sets is infinite, then at least one of the sets must be infinite as well.
That is such an incredibly miniscule bit of code that it seems ludicrous to pigeonhole yourself into a DSL just for that, especially considering that SDL does that for you, too.
The Internet is a technology helping others track and pigeonhole you.