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  • 1common place — obs. f. Common Pleas …

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  • 2place — 1. old form of the word pleas. Thus the Court of Common Pleas was sometimes called the Court of Common Place. 2. noun This word is a very indefinite term. It is applied to any locality, limited by boundaries, however large or however small. It… …

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  • 3common pleas — noun plural Etymology: Middle English common place, from Anglo French communs pletz, translation of Medieval Latin communia placita 1. a. in English law : those pleas or actions over which the crown did not claim exclusive jurisdiction b. : civil …

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  • 4common — a. 1. Public, belonging to all, for the use of all. 2. General, universal, used by all. 3. Usual, frequent, habitual, customary, everyday, often met with. 4. Trite, stale, threadbare, hackneyed, common place, worn out. 5. Ordinary, indifferent,… …

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  • 5Common (entertainer) — Common Performing at Ilosaarirock, Finland in 2008. Background information Birth name Lonnie Corant Jaman Shuka Rashid Lynn, Jr …

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  • 6Common Ground (charity) — Common Ground is a United Kingdom charity and lobby group. Founded in 1982 by Susan Clifford and Angela King [1], Common Ground aims to promote local distinctiveness (a phrase which Common Ground coined during the 1980s) [2][3]. Contents 1 Organ …

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  • 7Common-law marriage in the United States — was affirmed by the United States Supreme Court in Meister v. Moore (96 U.S. 76 (1877)), which ruled that Michigan had not abolished common law marriage merely by producing a statute establishing rules for the solemnization of marriages. Common… …

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  • 8Common Ground (NYC) — Common Ground Founder(s) Rosanne Haggerty Type social services organization Founded 1990 …

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  • 9Common House Martin — Flying in Iceland, where it breeds only occasionally[1] Conservation status …

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  • 10Common Lisp — Paradigm(s) Multi paradigm: procedural, functional, object oriented, meta, reflective, generic Appeared in 1984, 1994 for ANSI Common Lisp Developer ANSI X3J13 committee Typing discipline …

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  • 11Common Ground Collective — Common Ground distribution center tents in the Upper 9th Ward of New Orleans The Common Ground Collective is a decentralized network of non profit organizations offering support to the residents of New Orleans. It was formed in the Algiers… …

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  • 12Common Lisp — est un langage fonctionnel impur de la famille Lisp. Sommaire 1 Introduction 2 Syntaxe 3 Types de données 3.1 Types scalaires …

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  • 13Common Law —     Common Law     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Common Law     (Lat. communis, general, of general application; lex, law)     The term is of English origin and is used to describe the juridical principles and general rules regulating the possession …

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  • 14Common Law — Systèmes juridiques (Tous) Common law …

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  • 15Common metre — or Common measure,[1] abbreviated C. M., is a poetic meter consisting of four lines which alternate between iambic tetrameter (four metrical feet per line, with each foot consisting of an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable) and… …

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  • 16Common snapping turtle — Looking for a place to lay eggs, Ottawa, Ontario Conservation status …

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  • 17Common Dwarf Mongoose — Conservation status …

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  • 18Common Street District — U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. Historic district …

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  • 19Common Ground (film) — Common Ground Directed by Donna Deitch Produced by Brian Kerwin A.D. Oppenheim Written by Paula Vogel (segment A Friend of Dorothy s ) Terrence McNally (segment M. Roberts ) …

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  • 20Common District (Wakefield, Massachusetts) — Common District U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. Historic district …

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