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  • 1 ordinary person — normal person, average person, simple person …

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  • 2 Ordinary People (novel) — Ordinary People   …

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  • 3 Ordinary Dreamers — Studio album by Group 1 Crew Released September 16, 2008 …

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  • 4 ordinary — ordinariness, n. /awr dn er ee/, adj., n., pl. ordinaries. adj. 1. of no special quality or interest; commonplace; unexceptional: One novel is brilliant, the other is decidedly ordinary; an ordinary person. 2. plain or undistinguished: ordinary… …

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  • 5 ordinary —   Ma amau, laha, mea loa a wale, a e nei, pākūwā, pākūā.    ♦ Ordinary person, kanaka a e nei nō; ki i maka li ili i.    ♦ Having ways of ordinary folk, ha aha a; waikanaka (rare) …

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  • 6 Ordinary — • Denotes any person possessing or exercising ordinary jurisdiction Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ordinary     Ordinary     † …

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  • 7 ordinary — or·di·nary adj: of a kind to be expected from the average person or in the normal course of events; broadly: of a common kind or degree an ordinary proceeding compare extraordinary Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 8 Person Centred Planning — Person Centered Planning(PCP) is a process designed to assist someone to make plans for their future. It is used most often as a life planning model to enable individuals with disabilities or otherwise requiring support to increase their personal …

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  • 9 Ordinary Heroes (novel) — Ordinary Heroes   Author(s) Scott Turow …

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  • 10 ordinary creditor — ➔ creditor * * * ordinary creditor UK US noun [C] FINANCE, LAW ► a person or business that is among the last to get money that they are owed by a bankrupt company, and who may get less than other creditors, or nothing at all: »The company… …

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  • 11 ordinary care — n 1: due care 2: conformity to the reasonable business standards that prevail in a particular area for a particular business Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 12 person — ► NOUN (pl. people or persons) 1) a human being regarded as an individual. 2) an individual s body: concealed on his person. 3) Grammar a category used in the classification of pronouns, verb forms, etc. according to whether they indicate the… …

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  • 13 Person having ordinary skill in the art — Patent law (patents for inventions) …

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  • 14 Ordinary Boy (novel series) — The Extraordinary Adventures of Ordinary Boy The Hero Revealed The Return of Meteor Boy? The Great Powers Outage Author William Boniface Illustrator Stephan Gilpin Cover artist Stephan Gilpin …

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  • 15 ordinary — 1. noun At common law, one who had exempt and immediate jurisdiction in causes ecclesiastical. Also a bishop; and an archbishop is the ordinary of the whole province, to visit and receive appeals from inferior jurisdictions. Also a commissary or… …

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  • 16 Ordinary — Hierarch redirects here. For the characters in the video game series Halo, see Hierarchs (Halo). For other possible uses, see Hierarchy (disambiguation). For other uses, see Ordinary (disambiguation). Pope Pius XI, depicted in this window at… …

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  • 17 Ordinary course of business — In law, the ordinary course of business covers the usual transactions, customs and practices of a certain business and of a certain firm. This term is used particularly to judge the validity of certain transactions. It is used in several… …

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  • 18 ordinary — adj. & n. adj. 1 a regular, normal, customary, usual (in the ordinary course of events). b boring; commonplace (an ordinary little man). 2 Brit. Law (esp. of a judge) having immediate or ex officio jurisdiction, not deputed. n. (pl. ies) 1 Brit.… …

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  • 19 Ordinary language — The phrase ordinary language is often used in philosophy and logic to distinguish between ordinary, unsurprising uses of terms and their more specialized uses in theorizing, or jargon. For example, the statements I find that class of person very… …

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  • 20 Ordinary Heroes (nonfiction) — For other uses, see Ordinary Heroes (disambiguation). Ordinary Heroes: Untold Stories of World War II   …

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