Similar words: denominator, nondenominational, denomination, dominator, nominate, nominative, nomination, minatory. Meaning: n. 1. an integer that is a common multiple of the denominators of two or more fractions 2. an attribute that is common to all members of a category.

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1. I think the only

*common denominator*of success is hard work.2. Tabloid newspapers pander to the lowest

*common denominator*.3. The school syllabus seems aimed at the lowest

*common denominator*.4. The

*common denominator*was that we had all worked for the same company.5. The

*common denominator*of both types of novel is the vulnerable, threatened heroine.6. They were united through the

*common denominator*of suffering.7. Unit of account Money is used as a

*common denominator*in which the value of things can be expressed in the market.8. Total commitment is the

*common denominator*among all successful men and women. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam9. The

*common denominator*in all those searches for ever-more original and authentic sites of creativity was the unconscious.10. But in avid pursuit of the lowest

*common denominator*, Fox became a catalyst in the coarsening of popular culture.11. The band's vulgar lyrics appeal to the lowest

*common denominator*.12. The

*common denominator*in these two election campaigns was money.13. Besides Clinton, the

*common denominator*in the 1992 and 1996 races is Buchanan.14. Matters of judgement reduced to the lowest

*common denominator*acceptable to a majority of the voters.15. Hence developers only have access to the lowest

*common denominator*set of features.16. The pharmacophore can be considered as the largest

*common denominator*shared by a set of active molecules.17. A

*common denominator*of many low - stress jobs is tangible results.18. Although the plan received unanimous approval, this does not mean that it represents the lowest

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19. Television quiz shows often seem to target the lowest

*common denominator*.20. The problem with so much television is that it is aimed at the lowest

*common denominator*.21. They produce trashy TV programs that appeal to the lowest

*common denominator*.22. This sub-atomic medium has been defined as an energy-rich substrate, the

*common denominator*in all particle reactions in nuclear physics.23. We've grown vulgar and venal, wedded to the almighty dollar and the lowest

*common denominator*.24. This gives applications that want wide portability a guaranteed least

*common denominator*.25. CLS compliance is a new twist on that least

*common denominator*approach to interoperability. The CLS specification is a subset of operations that every language must support.26. Either they make their applications accessible and simple enough for least

*common denominator*- or risk losing out to competitors who do.27. When working with XML data, you need to parse the data to get to the least

*common denominator*—the desired data (or atomic node value, as it is often called).28. A project needs a common language that is more robust than the lowest

*common denominator*.29. This brings the exceptional kids down to the level of the lowest

*common denominator*.30. No, maybe some day, but it will be lowest

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