Less common tongue
problems merit a trip to the physician for diagnosis and treatment.
But we all must speak English - that is the common tongue
Money is the lingua franca of our culture, the common tongue
of the world.
It brings the law into disrepute; it "disses" the law, as they say in the common tongue
The early church struggled when the original language of the liturgy, Greek, was dumped for the common tongue
of the people, Latin.
Analysts credit the language of the World Wide Web, otherwise known as HTML or hypertext markup language, for creating a common tongue
Chinese, Filipinos, Japanese, Koreans, Asian Indians, Vietnamese, and others share no common tongue
, faith, or history.
North/South divides are not unusual throughout much of the world, although you'd be forgiven for thinking Wales would be more immune to the phenomenon than most, given our incredible wealth of shared history and our shared common tongue
- in theory at least.
Do you find the proposed change to be in keeping with the advance of our glorious, almost common tongue
as evidenced by:
s Babel-like factions can meet and search for a common tongue
Tempering his criticism of Lebed with a conciliatory gesture, Chubais said there was a chance that the prime minister and the national security adviser ``will find a common tongue
Chloe has also recently produced another animated music video for the Brighton-based experimental folk band, Common Tongues