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Synonyms for commonplace

Synonyms for commonplace

Synonyms for commonplace

a trite or obvious remark

completely ordinary and unremarkable

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not challenging

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figures When I was training, that sort of prescribing would have been horrific, now it's commonplace
The bookstore was something that arose out of the community--Nockels doesn't see Commonplace as something that belongs to him but rather as belonging to the people who browse the shelves.
One of MacPhail's commonplace metaphors is "A Gem in Its Setting," which he uses to discuss adaptation, translation, and un-translatability.
Racecourses are now virtually 100 per cent into attracting these people, who will drink, especially in summer, as much as they can, which then leads to them causing trouble and what Richard saw being commonplace.
Written in chronological order, Dramatic Extracts in Seventeenth-Century English Manuscripts is of necessity made up of microhistories, each of a different commonplace book or compiler.
Analysts feel that biometric banks are going to become commonplace in Australia.
This contract is for the supply and commissioning of equipment in the studio polishing blanks commonplace in Pessac site.
In such an egalitarian vision, all professional expertise--a degree in writing studies, a long term of teaching, or enthusiasm for one's students--is framed as equally valid and is often expressed in the rhetorical commonplace that "we are all excellent teachers in the writing program.
UNDERAGE sex between boarders as young as 12 was commonplace at a top grammar school for the deaf, a judge revealed yesterday.
But make no mistake, it is not an arrangement which is commonplace for the vast majority of people who have to find the money out of their own pockets for these sorts of costs and yet earn dramatically less than Ms Alderson.
This study attempts to answer the following questions: (1) To what extent can differences in student learning between the inquiry-based and commonplace groups be attributed to randomized group assignment?
The book contains two documents: Quincy's commonplace book, composed between 1770 and 1774, and the journal from his trip to London in 1774-1775.
Though now commonplace in Japan, eating in public was once a deplorable breach of Japanese etiquette.
The subject matter commonplace should be deeply understood by the
But the one overriding and virtually commonplace violation is the apparent disregard and intolerance towards pedestrians displayed by vehicle owners.