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    1. Walking with God is a common term used a lot among

    2. the world over have in common is that they like attention

    3. is very common these days

    4. is common in our churches today

    5. · A tremendous increase in the consumption of medical drugs, with and without doctor’s advice, to treat common as well as chronic problems

    6. Couple this loss of needed activity with the dietary habits of modern man, and constipation, along with numerous other problems, is the likely result! In fact, today, it is common for people to report to hospital emergency rooms with terrible back and sciatic pain, only to be told that they are constipated and given a laxative, which frequently alleviates the back or sciatic pain

    7. That’s in contrast to the 35 snails that they found in growth medium that had been treated with a standard dose of metaldehyde, a common molluscicide

    8. Nuts have more in common than not

    9. She liked the jersey sheaths common here

    10. It was as common as jeans and t-shirts in the year 2000

    11. This is very common in the Church these days

    12. During the more than twenty Earth years they lived together, other than a bit of post-American and Brazilian slang that they taught each other, they lived their life together in the Kassidorian language because it was the language they had in common

    13. This is why the common advice to “avoid stress” is so useless

    14. Gathering of poets on the occasion of Holi and other family ceremonies are common

    15. “Our technology is years ahead of anything you’ll find in the common world

    16. She found she didn't remember most of the stuff in here, she probably should have thrown it all out decades ago, the papers that were hers were already obsolete and could now be learned by examining any common electronic device with a polarizing microscope, but twenty decades ago they had been some of the Kassikan's most closely guarded secrets

    17. Look for some common ground to establish rapport with your grandson

    18. In human interaction, particularly with relatives, friends and neighbours, one is often required to counsel either for what we consider as the good of the individual or for our common advantage

    19. We can prevail upon our own family members, neighbours and authorities to take concrete steps to remove the common causes of flooding i

    20. It is a common practice in the well to do business class to have all the children and their families living together at least until the parents are alive

    21. Other than a common origin, we don't cross paths much

    22. This is also true for common diseases

    23. After all, she and Dan have only been married a short time and it was pretty common knowledge that they were trying for a baby

    24. "Well, I see we have something in common Melinda

    25. In common with the rest of the dream, he realised that she too had a feline

    26. He had seen worse cases where traders had very specific orders to fulfill and would come back for more, either from a surviving victim, which was rare, or from their genetically comparable family, much more common, if they still needed more parts

    27. "I would think we would find a lot in common with the Brazilians," Glenelle said, "We are both from Earth

    28. What is it that you and Michael have in common?"

    29. "What else do you and Michael have in common?"

    30. The pseudonym, it turned out, was a common one used by loan-sharks in the East End of London

    31. Some Chinese, some Thai but mostly just common gangland fare

    32. Did you know that it is becoming quite common to lose these things in other parts of the world?"

    33. These guys are just common criminals

    34. He shouldn't complain, he occupied a position a bit above common status here in the afterlife, as he had in life

    35. Most of the common folk doubted there was any God at all anywhere, just thirst, hunger, heat, cold, mean skinny dogs, hunger and thirst

    36. who try to remain neutral and tolerant and seek common ground with the enemies of

    37. One of the common mistakes many preachers make in beginning with a

    38. A common problem in business meetings is the rehearsing of old news or trying to

    39. I have no other alternative but run all the way to Vouliagmenis Avenue together with her, wait for the bus to Glyfada and finally end up in a colourless cafeteria of the common run

    40. We always sit together and chat pleasantly as, despite her young age, we have many common interests and we keep good company to each other

    41. including this final chapter, will help remedy this all too common problem

    42. By the dawn of common year 2424, the fate of Satan's world was sealed

    43. The most common leak left uncovered was mail, but mail didn't seem to be implemented in this universe

    44. “And the multitude of them that believed were of one heart and of one soul: neither said any of them that ought of the things which they possessed was his own; but they had all things common” (Acts 4:32)

    45. We shared a geographical commonality along the borders between Lebanon and Palestine, and through it so much common history, which made the personal nature of our lives and stories mutually accessible

    46. Being one of the leaders of their tiny expatriate community made this mail common

    47. Most of the traffic was actually hand-paddled kayaks, in places so thick the clack of paddles hitting each other was common

    48. A starship she could understand, they were common enough in fiction and some unsubstantiated reports said they actually existed back in the Energy Age

    49. "How common is that type of relationship?" he asked

    50. That’s such a common thread of gossip about anyone … and the source of the gossip was known to have a grudge against her

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    Sinonimi per "common"

    common commons green park usual vernacular vulgar plebeian unwashed coarse rough-cut uncouth mutual prevalent current general universal widespread prevailing worldly popular communal community collective conjoint shared public joint ordinary;average normal customary everyday domestic homespun familiar hackneyed trite commonplace pedestrian overused stale prosaic platitudinous plain profane low mean cheap base square plaza