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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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Such a model is particularly useful in facilitating dialogue among group members about the various ways in which thoughts translate into emotions, and to appreciate the commonalties and differences in these experiences which result from one's cultural and ethnic background.
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."