Common nuisance


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COMMON NUISANCE. One which affects the public in general, and not merely some particular person. 1 Hawk. P. C. 197. See Nuisance.

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59) That case stated that only the king could punish a common nuisance unless "one man has greater hurt or inconvenience than any other man had, and then he who had more displeasure or hurt, etc.
The Stone Edge Subscription Manager even makes it easy to deal with common nuisance issues, such as address changes and vacation schedules.
Their noise data reveals that 59% of Parisians perceive noise as the most common nuisance, followed by vandalism (49%) and pollution (25%).
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Bawdy-houses, the common habitations of prostitutes; such places have always been deemed common nuisances in the United States, and the keepers of them may be fined and imprisoned.
Using phone call tracing and other techniques, the Anne Arundel County (Maryland) school system has recently seen these once common nuisances dwindle - with nary a trace, so to speak.