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COMMONALTY, Eng. law. This word signifies, 1st. the common people of England, as contradistinguished from the king and the nobles; 2d. the body of a society as the masters, wardens, and commonalty of such a society.

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The many commonalties affirm research assertions that spirituality is inborn.
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He underscored Iran and Turkey's commonalties in different fields, and said, "The two countries should render complementary cooperation to each other in different arenas since it is the demand and expectation of the regional nations.
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Chapter 13 reviews the projects to point out commonalties and differences and considers strategies used to achieve either immediate gains or long term change.
He explained that, "Global's clients share our view that the key to successful and sustainable multicultural efforts lie in, first and foremost, focusing on the commonalties of consumer segments across various cultural communities and not in using cultural and linguistic differences as the foundation for all multicultural marketing efforts.
Tehran has in recent years focused seriously on developing ties with neighboring countries, including Republic of Azerbaijan which enjoys various commonalties with Iran in religious, historical and cultural fields.
He also called for making both nations further acquainted with the commonalties between the two neighboring countries.
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Inherent in testifying is the assumption of commonalties between the testifying subject and her audience (Atkinson).