Examples of A Common Thread
Is there a common thread that can help prevent them in future, asks the BBC's Frank Gardner.
(BBC News - World News, )
A common thread ran through a reporter’s 29,000-mile journey to find quality play across the globe: teamwork and selflessness.
(The New York Times - Pro-Basketball, )
Whether you’re a local mom-and-pop shop or an international business, there’s a common thread that your business relies on: loyal customers.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )
Researchers at the University of San Diego have for the first time identified several gene networks that are a common thread in the development of autism.
(Daily Mail - News, )
The men have different stories that share a common thread: They came home after World War II and simply went on with their lives, marrying, raising families and having careers.
(The Denver Post - News, )
A predawn attack on a French policeman’s home, the killing of a priest during Mass and a car bomb planted near Notre Dame Cathedral in recent months were plots that appeared isolated until investigators discovered a common thread.
(Fox News - World, )
Emerging details about WIll Smith and his alleged murderer weave a strange story, of two lives running in parallel in New Orleans, with a common thread between them in the form of a former police captain, who may turn out to be the key.
(Forbes - Business, )
Janice Hadlow's resolutely domestic history of the Hanoverians finds a common thread between George I and George IV. Every single Prince of Wales was by a small variance of degree loathed by their fathers – even the forgotten one, Prince Frederick – who should have come between George II and George III – who died in 1751. To modern eyes, the opprobrium heaped on him by his relatives looks pathological.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )
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