Thesaurus / commonness


Just as most happy eras are alike in similar ways, periods of darkness have more in common than they’re usually given credit for, and London in the early ’80s seems a not-so-distant reality from one we’re very familiar with.
Now, 84 years later, sprouts are as common as broccoli and kale, and the only still-novel thing about them may be how they grow.
This method is common for other types of at-home diagnostics, such as pregnancy tests.
These include software that can translate between 100 languages without using a common intermediary.
The most common type of ant that people find in their homes on the East Coast and in the Midwest is called the odorous house ant, and when squished, it releases a pheromone that smells like blue cheese.
We’ve got to be better about promoting “a sense of common identity, to boost feelings of belonging and meaning.”
Clinicians used a common depression rating scale consisting of 17 items to measure participants’ symptoms.
Respiratory illnesses among the Tsimane people declined over time, the team found, but other health conditions such as parasitic infections and blood disease remained common.
That be said, asking for more flexibility in ad deals for TV has become more common, as previously reported by Digiday.
In fact, mistakes are fairly common in science, and most scientists tell you they wouldn’t have it any other way.


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