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  • Philosophical commentaries, generally called the Commonplace book [of] George Berkeley, bishop of Cloyne.

    George Berkeley

  • His way takes him along a by-road, not much frequented, but very even and pleasant, which is called Commonplace

    The Pocket R.L.S., being favourite passages from the works of Stevenson

  • Challenging the Commonplace is a finalist in the Best Feminist Political Blog category for the 2009 F-Word Blog Awards - for which we make a standing ovation to the fine folks at A Creative Revolution whose vision, not to say work, is behind the awards.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • "Commonplace," said Holmes, though I thought from his expression that he was pleased at my evident surprise and admi - ration.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • "Commonplace," said Holmes, though I thought from his expression that he was pleased at my evident surprise and admiration.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • "Commonplace," said Holmes, though I thought from his expression that he was pleased at my evident surprise and admiration.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • "Commonplace," said Holmes, though I thought from his expression that he was pleased at my evident surprise and admi - ration.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • "Commonplace," said Holmes, though I thought from his expression that he was pleased at my evident surprise and admiration.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • "Commonplace," said Holmes, though I thought from his expression that he was pleased at my evident surprise and admiration.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • "Commonplace," said Holmes, though I thought from his expression that he was pleased at my evident surprise and admiration.

    A Study in Scarlet

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