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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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I admire that admiration which the genteel world sometimes extends to the commonalty. There is no more agreeable object in life than to see Mayfair folks condescending.
KANDHKOT -- Poet, writer and lettered Faiz Ahmed Buxapuri, commonalty known as Ghalib-e-Sindh, was remembered on his 27th death anniversary here on Wednesday.
'Being able to identify products that give Ethiopian Airlines the competitive edge both in existing and new markets, comfortable and pleasant on-board services for our passengers by providing the best and high standard passenger amenities and in-flight services and by ensuring fleet type commonalty as much as possible reduce maintenance cost, increase common crew type rating, and decrease spares holding.
Parliamentary leader of ANP Sardar Hussain Babak told that the only commonalty between the TTP and PTI was that both were kind to Maulana Samiul Haq whose Madrassa has been granted Rs 300 million funds in 2016-17 KP budget.
"Tehran and Ankara, sharing commonalty in the fields, can along with each other take serious and helpful steps towards step-by-step settlement of regional problems and issues," he said.
SIR - Rugby football has always been a game of the commonalty in Wales.