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A common denominator for many LGBTQ people throughout the world — in differing cultures and under divergent political systems — has been the oppression of hiding our secret love.‘Firebird’ is an instantly classic LGBTQ love story|Rob Watson|August 24, 2021|Washington Blade
The common denominator for successful on-screen engagements is how consumers choose to interact with their environment.
The conversation ends up taking its direction, a pretty normal direction every time anyway, just because you’re the common denominator.Danica Patrick on Why She Never Loved Racing and Her Post-Track Career|Joshua Eferighe|January 30, 2021|Ozy
“The common denominator between all of them is that their governments have created a clarity about how they would regulate different digital assets, different cryptocurrencies,” he said.Ripple releases shortlist of 5 countries it might move to if U.S. regulation remains unclear|Claire Zillman, reporter|October 22, 2020|Fortune
The common denominator between them was the heavy use of sales language on pages meant to be staunchly informational.
The email appears to have been a relatively common attempt to gain personal information from a wide range of unwitting victims.
The vaccine is delivered through a “carrier virus” that causes a common cold in chimpanzees but does not affect humans.
Another read: “We need leaders who will stand against Common Core.”
Finding the common bonds that help us realize that we have far more in common than that which separates us.
At the time, screen quotas were far more common among film producing industries.Propaganda, Protest, and Poisonous Vipers: The Cinema War in Korea|Rich Goldstein|December 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Smooth Naked Horsetail is a common plant, specially by the sides of streams and pools.How to Know the Ferns|S. Leonard Bastin
I would ask you to imagine it translated into every language, a common material of understanding throughout all the world.
Our social life is aimless without it, we are a crowd without a common understanding.
Diplococci without capsules are common in the sputum, but have no special significance.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
He had discovered that the all-glorious boast of Spain was not exempt from the infirmities of common men.The Pastor's Fire-side Vol. 3 of 4|Jane Porter
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A number that will allow fractions with different denominators to be converted into fractions with the same denominator, so that these fractions can be added or subtracted. The fractions can be expressed as whole numbers divided by the common denominator. Thus, 12 is a common denominator for 1/3 and 1/4, since they can be written as 4/12 and 3/12, respectively. (See lowest common denominator.)