commonly observed

See: customary
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It may seem odd that with such pleasant habits he should have been given to the heroic treatment, bleeding and blistering and starving his patients, with a dispassionate disregard to his personal example; but the incongruity favored the opinion of his ability among his patients, who commonly observed that Mr.
Near the equator, where sunrise times don't vary much, it's not commonly observed, and most of Asia and Africa don't follow it.
The most commonly observed positive of lop-sided betting races is increased turnover as punters take a strong view one way or the other on the pivotal runner.
They might help bridge the gap between observations of real fault systems and laboratory earthquake experiments where foreshock occurrence is commonly observed.
Experts addressing the session mentioned that Inguinal Hernia was commonly observed among the masses in all age groups and the surgery for its repair was commonly performed through open approach.
This is a commonly observed phenomenon and it is growing.
It is commonly observed that officers tend to expand the scope of their authority in the bureaucratic culture of the force.
In these respects, SRK-015 displayed a PK profile consistent with what is commonly observed for monoclonal antibodies.
" She added that the phenomenon is triggered by strong ground shaking and is commonly observed near rivers, baysand other bodies of water since it occurs in water-saturated soils.
According to Waring, white orbs of dense light that transform its shape and direction fast are a type of UFO commonly observed in the Colorado Rockies area.
Osteopenia is commonly observed in people aged above 50 who do not have osteoporosis but have average bone density.
Dr Vyas, associate professor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School - Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), explained how educators can support the development of effective learning environment and identified commonly observed barriers to learning.