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Commons are shared resources.
Commons may also refer to:
- Common good
- Commons, a general term for shared resources used in political economic theory
- Common good (economics), goods which are rivalrous and non-excludable
- Common land, shared areas of land; has a specific legal meaning in the British Isles
- Global commons, term used for international commons in political economic theory
Computing and internet
- Apache Commons, repository of reusable Java programming language components
- Creative Commons, licensing system for creative works
- Digital Commons, public domain knowledge reproduced in digital formats
- Wikimedia Commons, a project of the Wikimedia Foundation that serves as an online repository of images, sound, and other media files
- John R. Commons (1862–1945), economist and labour historian
- Kris Commons (born 1983), Scottish footballer
- Commons, County Down, a townland in County Down, Northern Ireland, in the List of townlands in County Down
- Commons, County Fermanagh, a townland in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
- Commons, County Tyrone, a townland in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, in the List of townlands of County Tyrone
- House of Commons, the elected lower houses of the parliaments of the United Kingdom and Canada, colloquially referred to as "the Commons"
- Algonquin Commons, a large outdoor shopping center in Algonquin, Illinois, often referred to as "the Commons"
- Asia Commons, a conference
- Commons (road), see Concurrency (road), place where multiple roadways share pavement
- Ithaca Commons, a shopping street in Ithaca, New York
- Common (disambiguation)
- The Common (disambiguation)
- Common Good (disambiguation)
- Commoner (disambiguation)
- Commmons, a Japanese record label
- The Commonlands, area in the game EverQuest 1 and 2
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