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everyday

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  • s  found in the ordinary course of events
    a placid everyday scene
  • s  appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions
    everyday clothes
  • s  commonplace and ordinary
    the familiar everyday world

  • I'm talking about your average, everyday woman who feels uncomfortable going to bed if there are dishes in the sink.
  • Many people believe creativity comes in a sudden moment of insight and that this "magical" burst of an idea is a different mental process from our everyday thinking.
  • But just because it's appropriate for everyday aches and pains does not mean it's still harmless when taken in large quantities.
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in New York Daily News
    Obama called the ruling "a major victory for big oil, Wall Street banks, health insurance companies and the other powerful interests that marshal their power ...... in Washington to drown out the voices of everyday Americans."
  • Pam Iorio in The Associated Press
    They both said how much Dave and Jeff loved being a Tampa police officer. They both said their loved ones loved going to work everyday......that it was the best job in the world,Mayor Pam Iorio said of the officers' families.
  • Judd Gregg in Independent
    This is the bottom line: If we do not do this, the trauma, the chaos and the disruption to everyday Americans' lives will be overwhelming, and that's a price we can't afford to risk paying,Sen. Judd Gregg, the chief Senate Republican in the...

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