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  1. plural of commonality
    • 2009 January, David M. Bressoud, “Is the Sky Still Falling?”, in Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 56:1[1], page 23:
      The answers to these questions will necessarily be local, highly dependent on the nature of a given college or university, but the entire mathematical community should be able to identify commonalities among similar types of institutions.
    • 2020 April 8, Dr David Turner, “How railway staff were conduits and victims of a pandemic”, in Rail, page 30:
      Commonalities between past pandemics and current events are also found in the understanding that the close quarters of public transport facilitate the transmission of infectious diseases.