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mundane

(jargon)
Someone outside some group that is implicit from the context, such as the computer industry or science fiction fandom. The implication is that those in the group are special and those outside are just ordinary.
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We'd like to get some monetary value from it, but we don't want to constrain our research to being, quite frankly, mundanely associated with next year's products.
More mundanely, one can practice behaviors and tempt emotions one would not otherwise; one can become substantively more empathetic through sustained imaginative acts.
Or, to put it more mundanely, does foreign capital play a helpful, benign, or malign role in economic growth?
Thus what we have in this scenario is Quartilla indicating through this metaphor that she is not interested now in mundanely punishing Giton (although this changes at someone else's suggestion of a wedding), after such a fitting punishment for Encolpius.
If you properly back up this repository, you should still be able to regenerate your project, even if your entire facility were to take a meteor strike (or more mundanely go up in flames)
No other British Romantic," Vallins asserts in his introduction, "focuses so consistently as Coleridge on the importance of transcending the material, the everyday, or the mundanely comprehensible in favour of a confrontation with the infinite forces which [.
More mundanely it turned out that old labour trade union Gerry Sutcliffe had been missed out as Employment Minister.
Things started off mundanely enough for the Currans in Cancun, Mexico, with predictable occurrences like sunburn.
Cons: Unfortunately, some of the directions tonight's episode ventures off toward are mundanely melodramatic - forget ``Peyton Place,'' this could be called ``Satan Place.
Such an exotic bird mundanely foraging in such a spectacular place.