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31, These schemes are known in common parlance as 'private pensions'.
32, The oboe and the clarinet have got certain features in common.
33, I found a very mixed group of individuals some of whom I could relate to and others with whom I had very little in common.
34, In common with most Italian lakes, access to the shores of Orta is restricted.
35, We happened to discover we had a friend in common.
36, The two health insurance schemes have nothing at all in common.
37, In common with many mothers, she feels torn between her family and her work.
38, I've moved on since high school, and now I don't have much in common with some of my old friends.
39, Driving ambition is what most great leaders have in common.
40, Culturally, they have much in common with their neighbours just across the border.
41, In common with a lot of other countries, we're in an economic recession.
42, Most couples, however fossilized their relationship, have some interests in common.
43, Their marriage was a mismatch they had little in common.
44, It was becoming painfully obvious that the two of them had nothing in common.
45, Britain, in common with many other industrialized countries, has experienced major changes over the last 100 years.
46, We should put aside our differences and discuss the things we have in common.
47, You realize how little you have in common.
48, Jan and I have literally nothing in common.
49, They will exclude the other tenant in common.
50, The late James Currie had in common with all comedians a voracious appetite for new material.
51, But what they have in common is something both blindingly simple to name and blindingly difficult to think about.
52, In common with several other species, the red admiral favours the stinging nettle as a place to lay its eggs.
52, Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
53, They have precious little in common, except that they both worked in the construction industry before journeying to London.
54, What a growing part of agriculture all over the world had in common was subjection to the industrial world economy.
55, Rates Rates have their origin in attempts to share responsibility fairly among local residents for services provided in common.
56, I began by suggesting that, perhaps in practical terms, animal welfare and the protection of the environment have little in common.
57, Their musicians, in common with everyone else, face undoubted difficulties but also some exciting possibilities.
58, Pepe has a lot in common with Boris, thought Ellis: they're both strong, cruel men without decency or compassion.
59, Indeed, the Rue-des-Bois landscapes already have much in common with Braque's contemporary works.
60, In common with the main exchange, the market changed from dealing on the floor to dealing through telecommunications networks.
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