- The two magazines exchanged articles and had contributors in common .
- Of course the morality of civilized persons has always much in common .
- He and his brother mel always seemed to have that much in common .
- These "forces" have nothing in common with forces in the newtonian sense .
- The pendulous accelerometer design had much in common with the gyro design .
- It's difficult to find in common in a sentence. 用in common造句挺難的
- Two countries are neighbouring if their boundaries have an edge in common .
- Birdsong may have more in common with human speech than we realize .
- The molecule of the figure has two mutually perpendicular rings with one atom in common .
- His thought had something in common with that of emerson and other transcendentalists .
- Both factions had in common the resolve to raise germany from the abyss and avenge her defeat .
- Attempts to restore macroeconomic stability and growth had certain policy components in common .
- Wealth and money in short, are, in common language, considered as in every respect synonymous .
- The various methods of purification through the use of selective adsorption have several features in common .
- In common with such sculpture, some of poe's stories leave us indifferent, or seem repellent .
- Some abbreviations in common use in domestic trade may not be readily understood in international trade .