Definitions (2)

1.Mutually shared with no differentiating characteristics.
2.Belonging to the same group and sharing a universal denominator.

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  • It is sad that our society shames people with mental illnesses and makes it difficult to acknowledge when there is a problem and ask for help, even though they are very common

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  • I have a lot in common with the new manager, in that we both went to the same high school and college.

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  • I went to Baltimore for a trip last year and I noticed that a lot of the people had things in common.

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