|see also:coparcenary, shared inheritance; coheirship, partnership in inheritance||parcenary|
|(Anthropology) concept that all members of the human race have a single and shared origin||monogeny|
|(Botany) an shared connection between the roots of a fungus and the roots of a higher plant||mycorrhiza|
|2 shared electrons, group of 2 notes||duplet|
|a large structure by the Thames River in Greenwich, London, England, designed by Richard Rogers Partnership to celebrate the year 2000.||Millennium Dome|
|A proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or other form of enterprise that engages in business.||Company|
|ability to be shared, ability to be apportioned||shareability|
|ability to be transferred by inheritance||inheritability|
|able to be apportioned, able to be shared||shareable|
|able to be inherited, may be passed on through inheritance, inheritable, capable of being inherited||hereditable|
|act of bequeathing, inheritance, legacy, something handed down to posterity, something left in will||bequest|
|agreement, accordance of opinion; cooperation, shared effort; simultaneous occurrence||concurrency|
|alleged inheritance, genetic theory which asserts that there is a hereditary influence of a previous father on the children of a woman who later has children with other men||telegony|
|ancestral background, decline, going down, going down; downward slope; lineage; sudden attack; handing down of property; act of lowering oneself morally, inheritance, inherited development, one generation, sudden arrival, way down||descent|
|ancient Roman joint government of three leaders (Roman History); three people that share joint administrative powers; any group of three, position of sharing power, Roman committee of three rulers, rule by a group of three, term of office of shared pow...||triumvirate|
|applying to many, collected to form whole, collective noun, combined; communal, common; obtained through cooperation, cooperative enterprize (i.e. factory, farm, etc.), members of collective, shared by all, worker-run enterprise, worker-run under state...||collective|
|association for participating in interest, black symbol on playing card, bludgeon, beat, bash, strike, building providing facilities to members, drift with anchor lowered, form club, group that meets periodically for a shared activity (i.e. literary cl...||club|
|attached, connected, annexed; of a possession or right which is a part of a larger inheritance (Law), attachment, something added to legal document||appendant|
|average level, common characteristic, divisor, number below line in fraction, number below the line in a fraction (Mathematics); shared characteristic||denominator|
|be enough for everyone, be widely known or shared, spend time with somebody, travel from place to place||go around|
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