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belonging to or participated in by a community as a whole

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having no special distinction or quality

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common to or shared by two or more parties

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commonly encountered

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being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language

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of or associated with the great masses of people

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of low or inferior quality or value

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lacking refinement or cultivation or taste

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The common interest doctrine exists not only in common law, but also has been codified in the evidentiary rules of numerous states.
The first involves the issuance or exchange of only common stock; the second involves no shift in ownership among the family group.
One example highlighting the importance of such an approach would be using consolidated accounts after the elimination of intercompany transactions as a common tax base.
The two major components of EPS are the earnings available to common shareholders--the numerator--and some measure of the number of common shares--the denominator.
Rejecting Owsley's view that the common whites were not class-conscious and looked up to the slaveowners, Cecil-Fronsman is strongly drawn to Eugene D.
The Certificate of Designation for the Class B Common Stock also provides that the Class B Common Stock is entitled to 1/10 vote per share.
of Winkler, TC Memo 1989-231, a decedent owned 10% (8,000 shares) of voting common and 1% (7,600 shares) of nonvoting common stock.
1) Under section 1504(a)(1), an affiliated group is generally defined as one or more chains of includible corporations connected through stock ownership with a common parent corporation which is an includible corporation, but only if the common parent directly owns stock in at least one other includible corporation and stock meeting the requirements of section 1504(a)(2) is owned directly by one or more of the other includible corporations.
For example, critics cite the requirement for determining whether a security is a common stock equivalent.
The board of managers of the Parc Vendome then sought to amend the judgment of foreclosure to provide that all of the unpaid common charges on the unit be paid either out of surplus proceeds after the foreclosure sale of the unit or by the purchaser of the unit at the sale.
The Board of Directors has not yet made any determination of the relative amounts of any regular quarterly cash dividends that will be paid on the Class A Common Stock and Class B Common Stock, Series 1, after June 30, 2007.
The Service did not first publish its new position on common area costs until June 1990, when it issued proposed regulations relating to the economic performance requirement.
Thus, if the P group in Example 1 were purchased by another common parent filing a consolidated return, the income of all members of the former P group should be available, subject to the section 382 limitation, to absorb the P group's SRLY loss.
In connection with the private placement, the Company will pay to Midtown Partners consideration consisting of (a) a cash sales commission of $150,480, (b) warrants to purchase 54,723,333 shares of common stock (representing 15% of the aggregate number of shares of common stock issuable upon conversion of the notes sold in the private placement and issued pursuant to the Share Exchange Agreement), with each warrant having an exercise price of $0.
Global's Class A Common Stock and Class C Common Stock as of the close of business on November 20, 2006 ("Meeting Record Date") will be entitled to vote at the meeting.
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