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quotidian

1. (esp of attacks of malarial fever) recurring daily
2. a malarial fever characterized by attacks that recur daily
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The Quotidian Fund's ongoing success is not isolated to its most recent year of performance.
The only thing more terrible than that is when local subjects affected by such war accept it as quotidian life.
Customs Made: Quotidian Practices and Everyday Rituals' is an exploration of artistic engagement with everyday rituals.
Gosetti-Ferencei's general purpose is "to show aspects of the tension between the quotidian and its ecstatic transformation" (5).
In order to clear a stage for that discussion, Schilling devotes a chapter to a rehearsal of reflections on the quotidian from the end of the Second World War to 1980.
Since his quotidian existence largely consists of belting out campy songs and stumbling about looking "tired and emotional" you wouldn't have thought this would take too long, but he's still going.
However, in an effort to center the second half of the book around the quotidian existence of Nathaniel's adult life, marriage and family, whether purposeful or not, some of Part Two groans under exposition.
If you're more curious to put the Bard's own life in context, one of the Folger Library's chief treasures beautifully illustrates how things worked in Shakespeare's England--from views on science, government and religion to depictions of quotidian pastimes.
In particular, we would like to take a break from the quotidian to salute contributor Robert Fulford, who has just taken home another gold National Magazine Award for his columns in the QQ.
However, it intentionally blurs the difference between the word "theory" as used in two different contexts: one quotidian, the other scientific.
Up to 28,500 birds each winter", but no mention of the dearth of locally watchable birds elsewhere for the quotidian naturalist, or learner, because Martin Mere's Wildfowl and Wetland Trust's haven holds the bulk.
Stefan Behnisch, who had spoken eloquently on the specific topic of sustainability, professed himself bewildered because the quotidian reality is that, the big cities are becoming even bigger--especially in Asia.