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Banksia Oblongifolia
... Banksia oblongifolia, commonly known as the fern-leaved or rusty banksia, is a species in the plant genus Banksia ... The yellow flower spikes, known as inflorescences, most commonly appear in autumn and early winter ... Though easily grown as a garden plant, it is not commonly seen in horticulture ...
Pyroclastic Shield
... and have little or no central collapse, although a shallow sag in the shield is commonly observed ... Lava is commonly extruded after explosive activity has ended ... Pyroclastic shields are commonly known to form in the Central Andes of South America, as well as in Melanesia (the island of Bougainville alone has ...
Engine Stand
... An engine stand is a tool commonly used to repair large heavy gasoline or diesel engines ... While small single-piston engines can commonly be laid on a table for repair, a large engine is normally meant to be supported from its engine mounts or from the ... The engine stand is commonly used in combination with the engine crane to remove or install an engine in a vehicle, break in that engine, and perform repairs ...
Smily
... is a stylized representation of a smiling humanoid face, commonly occurring in popular culture ... It is commonly represented as a yellow (many other colors are also used) circle (or sphere) with two black dots representing eyes and a black arc representing the mouth ... The variant spelling "smilie" is not as common, but the plural form "smilies" is commonly used ...
Latrodectus Tredecimguttatus
... Latrodectus tredecimguttatus, commonly known as the Mediterranean black widow or steppe spider, is a species of widow spiders in the genus Latrodectus ... It is commonly found throughout the Mediterranean region, ranging from Portugal to southwest and central Asia, hence the name ... that name, however, is considered obsolete, though it is still commonly found in the literature ...

Famous quotes containing the word commonly:

    Philosophy finds it an easy matter to vanquish past and future evils, but the present are commonly too hard for it.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)

    It is commonly said, and more particularly by Lord Shaftesbury, that ridicule is the best test of truth; for that it will not stick where it is not just. I deny it. A truth learned in a certain light, and attacked in certain words, by men of wit and humour, may, and often doth, become ridiculous, at least so far, that the truth is only remembered and repeated for the sake of the ridicule.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)

    The slight reproach to which the virtue of patriotism is commonly liable, the noble are most likely to incur.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)