common purpose love


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  • n. Of a group: having the same purpose or intent in some action or series of actions.


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  • Besides, some of the chief promoters of the cause, being anxious to adopt every North-American idea and custom, and not merely those which seemed likely to be beneficial, conceived certain erroneous notions: thus they assumed as an axiomatic truth that separation of Church and State was the only means of uniting those of different creeds for the common purpose of self-government and progress.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip


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