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quotidian

quotidian

quotidian Sentence Examples

  • Taking the dog on a walk is a quotidian event for the elderly couple.

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  • Her mundane, quotidian routine was beginning to bore her, so she started looking for a new job.

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  • Quotidian intermittent is on the whole more common than tertian in hot countries; elsewhere the tertian is the usual type, and quartan is only occasional.

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  • Quotidian intermittent is on the whole more common than tertian in hot countries; elsewhere the tertian is the usual type, and quartan is only occasional.

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  • She hoped to not live a quotidian life, but one full of surprises and adventures.

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  • The man began his quotidian schedule by getting stuck in traffic on his way to work.

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  • It was difficult to make a change to something that was so quotidian.

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  • It is the general rule, with frequent exceptions, that the quotidian paroxysm comes on in the morning, the tertian about noon, and the quartan in the afternoon.

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  • Another rule is that the quartan has the longest cold stage, while its paroxysm is shortest as a whole; the quotidian has the shortest cold stage and a long hot stage, while its paroxysm is longest as a whole.

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  • quotidian face-to-face life are suspended or even inverted in a carnivalesque of norms.

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  • quotidian reality.

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  • quotidian world of Irish sexual politics.

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  • quotidian experience!

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  • quotidian events that sheds light on how the people lived.

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  • Irrespective of the intentionality of such a happening, the fact is such occurrences certainly do take place and on a fairly quotidian basis.

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  • Another paroxysm begins at or near the same hour next day (quotidian ague), which results from a double tertian infection, or the interval may be fortyeight hours (tertian ague), or seventy-two hours (quartan ague).

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  • It is the general rule, with frequent exceptions, that the quotidian paroxysm comes on in the morning, the tertian about noon, and the quartan in the afternoon.

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  • Another rule is that the quartan has the longest cold stage, while its paroxysm is shortest as a whole; the quotidian has the shortest cold stage and a long hot stage, while its paroxysm is longest as a whole.

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  • A fever that is to be remittent will usually declare itself from the outset: it begins with chills, but without the shivering and shaking fit of the intermittent; the hot stage soon follows, presenting the same characters as the prolonged hot stage of the quotidian, with the frequent addition of bilious symptoms, and it may be even of jaundice and of tenderness over the stomach and liver.

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  • ague, and the malignant or "aestivo-autumnal" group, which includes a tertian or a semi-tertian and the true quotidian type.

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  • The rules of quotidian face-to-face life are suspended or even inverted in a carnivalesque of norms.

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  • There seems an almost religious awe in the face of quotidian reality.

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  • Any attempt at an authentic translation of an Euripidean vision is consistently obscured by the quotidian world of Irish sexual politics.

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  • Indeed, the hurrying first movement, ' Moving On ', seems to sum up the quality of most people 's quotidian experience !

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  • But it is the description of quotidian events that sheds light on how the people lived.

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  • Irrespective of the intentionality of such a happening, the fact is such occurrences certainly do take place and on a fairly quotidian basis.

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