run-of-mill

run-of-mill

[′rən əv ′mil]
(mining engineering)
Ore accepted for treatment, after waste and dense media rejection. Also known as mill-head ore.
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Our specialty is to turn normal run-of-mill trips into memorable experiential journeysfine-tuned to clients' specific preferences, in order to ensure that no expectation is left unmet.
It argues that the study of law, media and popular culture should be embedded in the sociology of everyday life, the book focuses on four specific topics: the omission of coverage of "run-of-mill" legal topics; false representations of the law in fiction; textual analysis as the preferred method in the study of law and the media; and, the failure to document the promotion of legal reform, improved public legal knowledge and facilitation of access to justice.
Sussex Police played down theincident as a run-of-mill street-brawl.
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Their specialty is to turn normal run-of-mill trips into memorable experiential journeys, fine tuned to clients' specific preferences, in order to ensure that no expectation is left unmet.