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commonalty

1. the ordinary people as distinct from those with authority, rank, or title, esp when considered as a political and social unit or estate of the realm
2. Business the members of an incorporated society
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The commonalty has supported the national team through thick and thin, and nothing gave me greater pleasure than walking into the staff room of a secondary school in England on a Monday morning in the 1960s after free viewing of a Welsh victory over the old enemy.
The recognition that poverty and vagrancy might be remedied by increased production brought the concerns of the commonalty closer to the forefront of political calculations.
Unfortunately, this commonalty is not present when the TP discussion involves Brazil.
The celebrity culture has conditioned us to expect stars to drop out of the sky before one drops in on the commonalty.
Modernizing the Engineer Squad Vehicle to a Bradley for greater survivability through lethality and commonalty with the Brigade Combat Team.
These political and urban ideas are based on a radical statement: the city is the indispensable physical domain for the modern development of a coherent commonalty.