common

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  • Info COMMON is the largest association of users of IBM midrange computers and IBM-compatible technology in the world. more...
  • This is not to say that common law is better in every situation.
  • But an even greater show of support came from the common people.
  • Use of the three terms is common in schools, government, and media.
  • Members choose to live near each other because of one or more common interests.
  • It is not a common combat practice, since it does not offer much advantage.
  • These are the most common form found in nature.
  • These officers came from four schools developed for this purpose and thus worked to a common standard of training.
  • These themes are common to many works of science fiction and video games.
  • The commons contains public property and private property, over which people have certain traditional rights.
  • The new school has a commons area and a theatre for drama club.
  • Any institution common to both is the exception rather than the rule.
  • Another common shot is called the lay-up.
  • Many variations were created, the most common of which is served cold rather than hot.
  • Each province is considered a separate jurisdiction with respect to common law matters.
  • The novel is the most common form of fiction book.
  • Blue eyes are becoming less common among American children.
  • This approach to design education became a common feature of architectural and design school in many countries.
  • His works are still cited by common law courts around the world.
  • It was common in tournament play in the 1980s but is now rarely used.
  • Western-style theatre became common during colonial times, heavily influenced by French theatre.
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Meaning of common

  • adjective Belonging to or participated in by a community as a whole; public
    for the common good, common lands are set aside for use by all members of a community
  • adjective Having no special distinction or quality; widely known or commonly encountered; average or ordinary or usual
    the common man, a common sailor, the common cold, a common nuisance, followed common procedure, it is common knowledge that she lives alone, the common housefly, a common brand of soap