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Hunters and environmentalists found common ground in their opposition to the new law.
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Among the ideas discussed was how to find common ground in a conflict.
That’s when the two find common ground with their politics.
Mizani garnered endorsements for at least seven conservative groups that had previously endorsed Capriglione, who was criticized for supporting Speak Joe Straus and for working to find common ground with Democrats on funding bills.
Presuming the Saints and Drew Brees find common ground, the big domino that’ll need to fall in what’s an unusually intriguing quarterback market is the obvious one: Where’s Kirk Cousins going?
The week’s best looks found common ground in great hair, from polished waves and intricate plaits to sky-high ponytails that spanned the globe.
After the labor crisis, musicians and management found common ground in a mission to reconnect with the city.
The 2019 Forester and 2019 Continental GT show common ground despite serving two drastically different demographics, in that their buyers prefer things to stay almost exactly the same.
On Tuesday, Erick Erickson, who often presents himself as a reasonable Never Trump Republican interested in finding common ground, touted an article on his website, RedState, that claimed that Hogg wasn’t even at the school during the shooting.
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COMMON GROUND Defined for English Language Learners
: something that people agree about even if they disagree about other things
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