One mundane aspect
shows that the concept is meant for a point far in the future, says Sturges--fitting 12 people in the passenger pod would only be possible without pesky, space-filling seatbelts, requiring a currently non-existent level of autonomous safety and trust in technology.
The mundane aspect
of every film festival is the four main competitions: long narrative, long documentary, short narrative, and the freedoms sections.
And while networks clearly remain drawn to big premises, the more mundane aspect
of producing these cautionary tales is that unless they're unraveled just right, even the end of the world doesn't always feel like the end of the world.
Unlike several Sufi brotherhoods, it has been focused on the mundane aspect
of this world.
Beating the boring and mundane aspect
of gymming, the regime doesn't make you feel tired.
But I'm thinking of the more mundane aspect
of custodianship: simply, providing children with a physical place to stay during the day while their parents (their true custodians) are working.
Several divers said the mundane aspect
of the day's work did not diminish their enjoyment of the river.
This was singled out for its simplicity, elegance and thoughtfulness to cleaners (its distinctive squiggly arms allow it to be effortlessly suspended from tables for cleaning around), thus elevating and transforming a mundane aspect
of daily life, surely one of the cardinal aims of all good design.
I've explored loss and love in terms of being in a grief-stricken place, I've explored strange sexual fetish stuff, I've explored the mundane aspect
of marriage, and monogamy," she said.
She added young psychology enthusiast do not realise the rigour and formulaic mundane aspect
of jobs in the field.
It continued to plough on, and continued to make money, but as the web changed, as the internet became a mundane aspect
of everyday life, AOL failed to change with it.
However, the middle of the novel pivots away from the experimentation to the mundane aspects
of Julia, Henning, and Kingsley's lives; paragraphs about where they go to eat and what kinds of cars they drive slow the pace, and the original focus of the plot is lost.