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common denominator

[¦käm·ən də′näm·ə‚nād·ər]
(mathematics)
Any common multiple of the denominators of a collection of fractions.
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Patriotism is a much more attractive common denominator as people from different ethnicities live intermingled everywhere in a country of 75 million.
Once the standard cost centers are established, the amounts posted to those cost centers on individual projects would be related to specific common denominators.
The common denominators were extensive employment of performance initiatives (VMI, BTO, etc.
Finding common denominators and giving SAP the right feedback will be our objective", says Anjo de Heus, Senior Vice President Business Development at Redwood.
According to the report, three technology areas are common denominators across the largest upcoming IT acquisitions: IT security, enterprise integration and network architecture.
The common denominators of the most successful philanthropic campaigns are generous gifts made by families and foundations that are revered in their communities and through their support proclaim the importance of the initiatives," said Bill Lively, President and CEO of the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts Foundation.
The common denominators among these companies are their determination to succeed and their ability to take advantage of opportunities.

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