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commonly

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  1. under normal conditions; normally; usually; unremarkably; ordinarily

commonly known

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  • This is more commonly known as orbital resonance.
  • Licence plates are commonly known as number plates.
  • It was commonly known as the "beer emergency bill".

commonly used

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  • The triangular distribution is also commonly used.
  • The suffix "-ops" is commonly used for bat genera.
  • Nipples are commonly used with plumbing and hoses.

most commonly

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  • Tail lights were most commonly red plastic lenses.
  • The most commonly cited one is harmonic innovation.
  • Leaks most commonly occur on flat-roofed buildings.

commonly referred

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  • The team is commonly referred to as "The Grisons".
  • It is commonly referred to as the "Vieille Major".
  • The section is commonly referred to as the BASS.

more commonly

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  • This is more commonly known as orbital resonance.
  • Some of the more commonly used are listed below.
  • Microdebris is more commonly referred to as nurdles.

commonly called

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  • It is commonly called the "Bone" (from "B-One").
  • His vassals were commonly called "De Lacy's Barons".
  • This drug combination is commonly called co-amoxiclav.

commonly found

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  • It is commonly found in the human digestive system.
  • It is commonly found in the feces of herbivores.
  • It is commonly found by streams and other wet places.

most commonly used

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  • The materials most commonly used are wood and metal.
  • Today these are the most commonly used markers.
  • It is most commonly used to accompany throat singing.

more commonly known

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  • This is more commonly known as orbital resonance.
  • He was more commonly known as Sam Buss in scorecards.
  • This demographic is more commonly known as Generation Z elsewhere.

commonly associated

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  • It is not commonly associated with adult macaques.
  • It is most commonly associated with infection.
  • Black is commonly associated with secrecy.

commonly seen

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  • He is most commonly seen in a ski mask and BDU fatigues.
  • Truffles are commonly seen in Provence during the winter.
  • The species is most commonly seen in March.

less commonly

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  • It is taken by mouth, or less commonly by injection.
  • Women engaged in anal intercourse less commonly than men.
  • Some forms are less commonly used today.

not commonly

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  • It is not commonly associated with adult macaques.
  • They do not commonly use the term Inuit.
  • In general, Bhojpuri films were not commonly made in the 1960s and 1970s.

more commonly used

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  • Some of the more commonly used are listed below.
  • In Australia blades are more commonly used to shear stud rams.
  • In modern research, infrared magnitudes are more commonly used.

known commonly

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  • It is known commonly as the yellow-legged nomad-bee.
  • It is known commonly as the Sabah slender skink.
  • Plants of this genus are known commonly as ladybells.

commonly abbreviated

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  • The school's name is commonly abbreviated VASJ.
  • The best known is Active Directory Domain Services, commonly abbreviated as AD DS or simply AD.
  • Range factor Range Factor (commonly abbreviated RF) is a baseball statistic developed by Bill James.

most commonly found

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  • Slavery was most commonly found in households.
  • This figure is most commonly found in Scottish country dance.
  • Household items are the most commonly found items among incidents.

commonly accepted

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  • The most commonly accepted such date is July 7.
  • This view is commonly accepted.
  • hunting rifle), or to the commonly accepted name for a particular variation (e.g.

now commonly

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  • This phenomenon is now commonly known as cold shock.
  • "—a puzzle which is now commonly called "Moore's paradox".
  • It is now commonly and eponymously called "Lennert's lymphoma."

commonly believed

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  • However, unlike commonly believed, Gore did not mention Horton by name.
  • Criminality was commonly believed to be a natural result of cocaine use.
  • Only some diseases such as influenza are contagious and commonly believed infectious.

more commonly referred

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  • Microdebris is more commonly referred to as nurdles.
  • Oral biofilms are more commonly referred to as plaque.
  • Greek and Roman authors more commonly referred to them as "kings".

commonly available

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  • It is commonly available as a solution in diethyl ether.
  • The chemicals involved in the extraction are commonly available.
  • Today ice cream is commonly available and popular throughout China.

still commonly

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  • However, the city is still commonly known as Atizapán.
  • These seeds are still commonly used in India.
  • Refractometers are still commonly used for fruit juice.

commonly refers

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  • It most commonly refers to: Columbus may also refer to:
  • Dutch Dutch commonly refers to: Dutch may also refer to:
  • Ceres Ceres most commonly refers to: Ceres may also refer to:

commonly held

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  • However, this is not the commonly held belief.
  • This two-quarter metric is now a commonly held definition of a recession.
  • Others tolerate a degree of divergence from commonly held Christadelphian views.

most commonly known

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  • He is most commonly known for the song “It’s Dennis Neale”.
  • The gametophyte is the most commonly known phase of the plant.
  • The animals most commonly known for growling are canines and felines.

commonly made

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  • It is a type of captive nut commonly made as a cage nut.
  • Small handbells and "jingle bell" are also commonly made of brass.
  • Parchment is most commonly made of calfskin, sheepskin, or goatskin.

most commonly associated

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  • It is most commonly associated with infection.
  • Klaus Voorhees' Cobra was most commonly associated with Daredevil and Thor.
  • They are most commonly associated with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia.

commonly encountered

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  • However, it is commonly encountered as an adjective in "-мий".
  • Adults are most commonly encountered in September and October.
  • Intertidal wetlands are commonly encountered in most estuaries.

commonly cited

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  • The most commonly cited one is harmonic innovation.
  • The most commonly cited human threat to birds is habitat loss.
  • Another commonly cited accurizing treatment for barrels is cryogenic treatment.

most commonly seen

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  • He is most commonly seen in a ski mask and BDU fatigues.
  • The species is most commonly seen in March.
  • The San Francisco Mint issues were most commonly seen there.

commonly considered

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  • However, the document is now commonly considered a 19th-century forgery.
  • Like the CN Tower, none of these taller structures are commonly considered buildings.
  • The resource that is most commonly considered is the time, and one talks of time complexity.

commonly applied

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  • The model is commonly applied to wages in the market for labor.
  • A commonly applied cutoff point between "micro" and "macro" fossils is 1 mm.
  • Crosswort Crosswort is a name commonly applied to several plants, including:

commonly thought

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  • It is commonly thought to be a denarius with the head of Tiberius.
  • Their name is commonly thought to stand for "Time Machine Network".
  • An animal that is commonly thought to be dazzle-patterned is the zebra.

commonly use

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  • Students and writers commonly use them for taking notes.
  • Algerians commonly use tajines, a earthenware pot, to cook.
  • They do not commonly use the term Inuit.

commonly employed

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  • However, sovereignty is the term most commonly employed.
  • This method is commonly employed in undergraduate teaching labs.
  • Such filters are commonly employed in the treatment of waste water.

commonly observed

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  • Endemic Malabar Lark is commonly observed nesting on the rocky plateau.
  • They are more commonly observed on faster rate spreading centers (50 mm/year or more).
  • It has also been commonly observed to clean algal growths from the shells of sea turtles.

commonly spoken

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  • Mandarin is the Chinese variety most commonly spoken among members of this community.
  • The language commonly spoken by Bhils throughout their geographic distribution is Bhili.
  • The official language is Catalan, but Spanish, Portuguese, and French are also commonly spoken.

what is commonly

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  • In 1856-1858, the Church underwent what is commonly called the Mormon Reformation.
  • This two step reaction is used to make what is commonly but improperly called polyurethane foam.
  • The majority of Christadelphians today belong to what is commonly known as the "Central Fellowship".

commonly eaten

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  • Steamed rice, usually white rice, is the most commonly eaten form.
  • Fruits and vegetables are commonly eaten along with cereal grains.
  • Goat is the most commonly eaten meat, used in a variety of dishes..

commonly served

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  • It is most commonly served over ice.
  • It is most commonly served as a shooter but is also used in cocktails.
  • It is commonly served cold.

commonly occurs

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  • It most commonly occurs after 1.d4 d5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.Bg5.
  • It also commonly occurs with personality traits such as neuroticism.
  • Brackish water condition commonly occurs when fresh water meets seawater.

commonly sold

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  • Bulimba), as it implied a lighter less bitter brew than was commonly sold.
  • An edible mushroom, it is found in Africa, where it is commonly sold in markets.
  • Since 2009, the most commonly sold resolution for computer monitors is 1920x1080.

commonly performed

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  • It is the single most commonly performed ritual at O.T.O.
  • Filk music is most commonly performed in a gathering known as a "Filk Circle".
  • Triple jumps other than the axel are commonly performed by female single skaters.

commonly described

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  • The Wiccan afterlife is most commonly described as The Summerland.
  • This is commonly described as ""too much money chasing too few goods.""
  • His music is commonly described as a mix of blues, soul, folk, and rock.

commonly reported

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  • Fragments of the animal are most commonly reported.
  • , COIs of journal staff are less commonly reported than those of authors.
  • The most commonly reported side effects due to use of tenofovir disoproxil were dizziness, nausea, and diarrhea.

commonly regarded

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  • It is commonly regarded as her magnum opus.
  • It is commonly regarded as Frankfurt's culinary main street.
  • It is commonly regarded as the most elegant of the three orders.

not commonly used

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  • Another alias for this gene is "TPR repeat protein 16", but this is not commonly used.
  • The law requires duly authorized arrest warrants, but they were not commonly used in 2011.
  • In that case, the cue ball remains where it stopped, as ball-in-hand is not commonly used.

very commonly

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  • Schnapps was very commonly drunk with beer in Silesia.
  • Speech is very commonly affected and usually the first sign.
  • Saltwater fish are very commonly kept in aquariums for entertainment.

more commonly called

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  • In Canada, this definition is therefore more commonly called a "twinstick".
  • (The city is more commonly called Constantinople and is today named Istanbul).
  • "Gallia Belgica", as it was more commonly called, became a Roman province as a result of his conquests.

commonly played

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  • The B-side, "Pssyche", was commonly played live.
  • Three different sizes of dunun are commonly played in West Africa.
  • Dread is a horror game, commonly played as a one-shot at conventions.

most commonly refers

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  • It most commonly refers to: Columbus may also refer to:
  • Ceres Ceres most commonly refers to: Ceres may also refer to:
  • Fernandão most commonly refers to: Fernandão may also refer to:

more commonly found

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  • Flexion type of injury is more commonly found in older children.
  • This poverty in rural communities is more commonly found in Southern states.
  • It was assembled from components more commonly found in a British telephone exchange.

commonly understood

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  • It is commonly understood in the Christian Tradition that Ambrose baptized Augustine.
  • An esbat is commonly understood to be a ritual observance on the night of a full moon.
  • In a wider sense, it is commonly understood to only mean abstinence from sexual activity.

commonly identified

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  • Carboxylic acids are commonly identified by their trivial names.
  • They are commonly identified with a white cross on a green background.
  • The antlered figure in plate A has been commonly identified as Cernunnos.

commonly worn

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  • The shalwar kameez is commonly worn by both men and women.
  • Ornaments of gold and silver are most commonly worn by women.
  • This wrapper is commonly worn by several peoples of southern Nigeria.

commonly occurring

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  • In Cards Go players draw from a pack of cards contain instructions to play one of a fixed set of commonly occurring shapes.
  • Following are tables of commonly occurring expressions in physics, related to the dimensions of energy, momentum, and force.
  • A 2010 systematic review suggested that acupuncture is more than a placebo for commonly occurring chronic pain conditions, but the authors acknowledged that it is still unknown if the overall benefit is clinically meaningful or cost-effective.

commonly grown

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  • The most commonly grown are "F. albivenis" and its cultivars.
  • Rice is commonly grown in flooded fields, though some strains are grown on dry land.
  • It is a popular dish during Christmas in Philippine regions where pineapples are commonly grown.

commonly attributed

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  • The deed was commonly attributed to (and claimed by) the Nizari Order of Assassins.
  • The company's name was adopted from the phrase ""Veni, vidi, vici,"" commonly attributed to Julius Caesar.
  • He promotes rapid population decline in order to combat the problems commonly attributed to overpopulation.

still commonly used

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  • These seeds are still commonly used in India.
  • Refractometers are still commonly used for fruit juice.
  • Bronze is still commonly used in ship propellers and submerged bearings.

commonly done

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  • This is commonly done by hunters of larger game such as deer or elk.
  • This is most commonly done by entering into an offsetting position in the market.
  • Land originally granted by the government was commonly done by documents called land patents.

commonly given

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  • Adjuvant or palliative radiotherapy is commonly given following surgery.
  • The term gilded age, commonly given to the era, comes from the title of this book.
  • It is commonly given as the first name or found as a last name among the Christians of Kerala.

most commonly referred

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  • The house is most commonly referred to as "new comm."
  • As such, entropy is most commonly referred to as simply "entropy".
  • The "Distichs of Cato" was most commonly referred to as simply "Cato".

commonly consumed

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  • Pale lagers are the most commonly consumed beers in the world.
  • Lamb is commonly consumed.
  • It is commonly consumed as a juice or as an ingredient in mixed beverages.

now more commonly

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  • The term Tunicata (Lamarck 1816) is recognised as having precedence and is now more commonly used.
  • Breastfeeding in public is now more commonly tolerated, especially in semi-private places such as restaurants.
  • Wax may be applied in a volatile petroleum-based solvent but is now more commonly applied via a water-based emulsion.

used commonly

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  • It has been used commonly through history.
  • They later became used commonly within the petroleum industry (oil and gas).
  • The past passive participle is the only participle used commonly as an adjective.

commonly known simply

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  • They are also commonly known simply as FLBB.
  • Chicken inasal Chicken inasal, commonly known simply as inasal, is a variant of "lechon manok".
  • Santos de Guápiles Fútbol Club, commonly known simply as Santos, is a Costa Rican association football club, which currently plays in the Liga FPD.

commonly recognized

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  • The following is a selection of enthalpy changes commonly recognized in thermodynamics.
  • Crystals are commonly recognized by their shape, consisting of flat faces with sharp angles.
  • "D&D" publication is commonly recognized as the beginning of modern role-playing games and the role-playing game industry.

commonly shortened

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  • It is commonly shortened to "Pat", "Patsy", "Patti"/"Pattie"/"Patty", "Trish" or "Trisha"/"Tricia", "Trixie".
  • Marie Residence Center of the Michigan College of Mining & Technology, which was commonly shortened to Soo Tech.
  • Algoma University Algoma University, commonly shortened to Algoma U or Algoma, is an undergraduate-only public university with its main campus in Sault Ste.

became commonly

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  • It also became commonly known as the church of Our Lady of Victory.
  • The date of 13 August became commonly referred to as Barbed Wire Sunday in Germany.
  • In the 1990s, the prefix G, in its binary meaning, became commonly used for computer memory capacity.
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