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Commonly available astronomical software can plot the orbits of these known comets.
** Bass ( Commonly known as green trout in south Louisiana )
Commonly, this term is used to refer specifically to infectious diseases, which are clinically evident diseases that result from the presence of pathogenic microbial agents, including viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, multicellular organisms, and aberrant proteins known as prions.
Commonly known as “ Route de l ’ Amitié ”, RN4 climbs and descends the Chaîne de la Selle mountain range on its meandering southward course to its terminus in the centre of Jacmel.
Commonly known in English as the Mercy Goddess or Goddess of Mercy, Guanyin is also revered by Chinese Taoists ( or Daoists ) as an Immortal.
Commonly known as the Oesling, the Ardennes region covers, about 32 % of the entire country.
Commonly known as " magic mushrooms " or "' shrooms ," they are openly available in smart shops in many parts of the world, or on the black market in those countries that have outlawed their sale.
Commonly known as the Houses of Parliament after its tenants, the Palace lies on the Middlesex bank of the River Thames in the City of Westminster, in central London.
Commonly known as the " Met ", the Metropolitan Police Service is responsible for law enforcement within Greater London, excluding the square mile of the City of London, which is covered by the City of London Police.
Commonly known examples of ungulates living today are the horse, zebra, donkey, cattle / bison, rhinoceros, camel, hippopotamus, tapir, goat, pig, sheep, giraffe, okapi, moose, elk, deer, antelope, and gazelle.
* Carcharhiniformes: Commonly known as groundsharks, the species include the blue, tiger, bull, grey reef, blacktip reef, Caribbean reef, blacktail reef, whitetip reef and oceanic whitetip sharks ( collectively called the requiem sharks ) along with the houndsharks, catsharks and hammerhead sharks.
Commonly known as " consciousness causes collapse ", this interpretation of quantum mechanics states that observation by a conscious observer is what makes the wave function collapse.
Commonly known as the precautionary principle, Principle 15 states that " In order to protect the environment, the precautionary approach shall be widely applied by States according to their capabilities.
Commonly known as Avro Canada, it was actually a subsidiary of the Hawker Siddeley Group and used the Avro name for trading purposes.
Commonly called Golden Tops, Cubes or Gold Caps, it belongs to the Strophariaceae family of fungi and was previously known as Stropharia cubensis.
The Elder or Poetic Edda: Commonly known as Saemund's Edda, Part 1, The Mythological Poems.
Commonly known as NC State, the university is part of the University of North Carolina system and is a land, sea, and space grant institution.
Commonly known as Avro Canada, this company started in 1945 as an aircraft plant and became within thirteen years the third-largest company in Canada, one of the largest 100 companies in the world, and directly employing over 50, 000.
Commonly known as a exurb of the Greater Orlando metropolitan area, it is a principal city of the Deltona Daytona Beach Ormond Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area, which was home to 494, 804 people in 2011.
Commonly known simply as " records " in their era of greatest popularity ( c. 1888 1915 ), these cylinder shaped objects had an audio recording engraved on the outside surface which could be reproduced when the cylinder was played on a mechanical phonograph.
Commonly known as Kargil War, this conflict between the two countries was mostly limited.
* Anko: Commonly known as ( sweetened ) red bean paste, while ingredients other than azuki are used on rare occasions.
Commonly known as Mandrax, M-pills, buttons, or smarties, it is not taken orally but is crushed and mixed in a pipe with cannabis.
Commonly known as molds, they are among the main causes of food spoilage, especially species of subgenus Penicillium.

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* Bowie knife: Commonly, any large sheath knife, or a specific style of large knife popularized by Jim Bowie.

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Commonly referred to as the " Sixth Prince " ( 六王爺 ) in his time, Yixin was nicknamed " Devil Number Six " ( 鬼子六 ) by conservatives in the Qing imperial court, in reference to his frequent contacts with westerners ( gweilo ; literally " foreign devils ", a colloquialism for westerners ).
Commonly known as the " Bat Computer ," it is originally nicknamed " Dupin ," after Batman's " hero.
Commonly nicknamed " Helicopter " and " Skinny ", the 6 ' 9 ", 219 lb power forward was a major part the Syracuse Orange's run to the 2003 National Championship, often being most remembered for blocking a potential game-tying 3-pointer in the title game.
Commonly nicknamed White Rose, he was the last member of the House of York to actively and openly seek the crown of England.

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Commonly in recent times, and especially in journalistic jargon, media are however defined as an alleged fourth power, and a difference from the others is often outlined in the fact that the power to ( eventually ) influence the public opinion using media is not much controlled, because media are so " ethereal ", and it would be hard to weight them.
Commonly referred to as " trolling motors " or " electric outboard motors ", electric outboards are used
Commonly referred to by players and game designers alike as " The Realms ", it was created by game designer Ed Greenwood around 1967 as a setting for his childhood stories.
Commonly, a few " deaf ", or fillingless, tamales ( tamales sordos ), might be served with refried beans and coffee.
Commonly called the " Chicago Democratic machine ", or simply the " Chicago Machine ", the machine has dominated Chicago politics since the 1930s when it supplanted a Republican machine.
Commonly this motif is presented as different points of view revolving around a central ( but sometimes unknowable ) " truth ", the seminal example being Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon.
Commonly used systems are the " Framingham criteria " ( derived from the Framingham Heart Study ), the " Boston criteria ", the " Duke criteria ", and ( in the setting of acute myocardial infarction ) the " Killip class ".
Commonly labeled as a " queen ", her status is somewhat in dispute.
Commonly known today as the " 8 mm Mauser I ", it was used for later Mauser rifle models.
** Commonly shorted to " CTB ", is a euphemism for suicide.
Commonly used terms for planes of orientation or planes of section in neuroanatomy are " sagittal ", " transverse " or " coronal ", and horizontal.
Commonly known as a " pink-tongued skink ", it is a relatively large lizard of up to 45 cm that has a slender body with a long, slender and slightly prehensile tail about the same length as the body.
Commonly assumed to be a gift of the Fourth Doctor, this fact was confirmed in the 2006 episode " School Reunion " when the Tenth Doctor responded to Sarah Jane's comments on his apparent regeneration with the line " half a dozen times since we last met ", indicating that this was the first time the two had met since the Doctor was in his Fourth incarnation.
Commonly known by the label " Methuselahs " or " Meths ", a reference to the biblical figure, they control most of the economic and political activities of the planet.
Commonly referred to simply as " Yagan ", the cultivar is named for Yagan, continuing a tradition of labelling Western Australian grain cultivars after historic people of Western Australia.
Commonly known as " surfing ", this course is actually centred on coastal / ocean sciences, surfing equipment / clothing design and surfing-related business, which has its popularity increased by the geographical location of the University.
Commonly people derive it from the Slavic word les or las meaning " forest ", i. e., it is an " by the wood ( s )" or " area of forests ", making Podlachia close in meaning to adjacent Polesia.

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