common lawThere are passages from other common law jurisdictions.
common sensePlain English makes common sense!
common marketIts aims included the establishment of a common market with the harmonization of economic policy and regional trade liberalization.
common groundIt is common ground that none of the instances in which criminal jurisdiction is conferred on the Court of Appeal by section 13(3) is material to the present case.
have in commonWhat language would we have in common?
very commonEr, reaction formation, that's a very common one.
common practiceIt is common practice to deal with specific facts affecting the Business in the Disclosure Letter rather than in the Agreement itself.
little in commonIt was just that we had so little in common.
common experienceIs that your common experience that that young men aren't aren't really up to this?
under the commonThe use of standard conditions gives rise to two special problems under the common law.
less commonthese forms are less common than the B strain in the UK, but have been the cause of epidemics in other areas such as Sub-Saharan Africa.
common problemA A sudden relapse into bedwetting is a very common problem at Lucy's age.
common amongIt is equally possible that these officials were billeted on local householders, a practice which became increasingly common among Roman army units in the late empire.
common object request
most common formAlso, the policy covers children born with trisomy 21, which is the most common form of Down's syndrome.
common external tariffBenelux, for instance, had already moved forward to setting up a low common external tariff with no internal tariffs.
common baseVertical loyalties within groups are taken to be the common base for the preservation of conformity as each individual knows their place and takes on a role consistent with that place.