in common in common


  • (adv) sharing equally with another or others


  1. The best travel guides have one thing in common: they're up to date.
  2. What Americans had in common that day was that we stopped using the phone for a few minutes: according to ATT, phone traffic dropped 60% from 10 a.
  3. But he has more in common with Jackie than with me.


  1. Shop the Look (Swimsuit Edition): Kate Upton

    Kate Upton, penguins, white bikinis, white boots, silver necklaces, what do all these things have in common? Well, they all graced the pages of our SI Swimsuit 2013 issue in Antarctica. You want to look like Kate while sitting poolside in Miami, on a beach in the Bahamas, or lounging on a “beach in Antarctica? That’s what we are here for! We did all the dirty work, now all you need to do is ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Sports Illustrated

  2. Safe In Common Introduces The ‘Top 10 Golden Rules Of Safety'

    As part of its ongoing mission to eliminate needlestick and sharps injuries in healthcare,Safe in Common (SIC)has issued the"Top 10 Golden Rules of Safety."
    on June 27, 2013     Source: SafetyOnline

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