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And Then There Were None
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as in: conventional behavior Define
something regarded as normal or typical
  • The mid-day meal had been duly eaten-but there had been no conventional formality about it.
  • Vera said conventionally: "I do hope it lasts-the weather, I mean."

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  • It was once conventional wisdom that the earth was flat.
  • In most countries, the convention is to shake the head to indicate "no", but in Bulgaria that indicates "yes".

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as in: to convene Define
a large conference or meeting
as in: conventional behavior Define
something regarded as normal or typical
as in: The Geneva Convention Define
a written international agreement
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