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  • s  in accordance with convention or custom
    sealed the deal with the customary handshake
  • s  commonly used or practiced; usual
    took his customary morning walk

  • Jokes at Matt Damon's expense have been a long-running gag on Jimmy Kimmel Live (witness the host's customary sign-off), so perhaps it's no surprise the Oscar-winning screenwriter .
  • Nayla's latest essay brimmed with her father's customary defiance.
  • Stokes also says that other changes under consideration include moving key track-and-field events, as well as the men's basketball final, away from their customary afternoon and .
News & Articles

  • Lester bombs again
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — In offering up the customary post-start self-evaluation here last night, Jon Lester didn’t mince words. “Just terrible,” he said before adding, “unacceptable” and finally, “horse-(expletive).” And here’s the worst part: It wasn’t limited to only last night.
    June 12, 2013 - Boston Herald
  • Don’t Have Time For The Xbox One Press Conference? Watch This Instead
    As is now customary, the folks at VideoGamer release an abridged version of any and all video game related press conferences. The Xbox One went first yesterday so it’s the first on the chopping block. I don’t think I’ll ever …
    June 11, 2013 - WebProNews
  • New Tearaway Trailer for PS Vita Charms E3
    As is customary at this time of year, a squadron of highly trained Molecules has been sent forth from the safety of Mm Towers in the UK, to the familiar walls of the LA Convention Center where E3 is held each year.
    June 11, 2013 - PlayStation Blog
Quotes

  • President Bush in Kansas City Star
    Bush said, "He's right, mistakes were made. And I'm, frankly, not happy about it, because there is a lot of confusion over what really has been a customary practice by the presidents."
  • Barack Obama in Bemidji Pioneer
    We all need to take responsibility,Obama said. "And this includes executives at major financial firms who turned to the American people, hat in hand, when they were in trouble, even as they paid themselves customary lavish bonuses. .........
  • Jay Rockefeller in FOXNews
    You ask me how are their 'usual and customary' rates being determined,Rockefeller said. "I don't know."

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