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a newspaper that is published every day

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of or belonging to or occurring every day

appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions

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gradually and progressively

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Against the grain of a dailiness marked by "the obituary of days / always buried in days," Camp counters by fingering "the scar of memory," made possible by the folding and unfolding of lines shuttling across the page.
On what traditionally has been labeled Good Shepherd Sunday, we get an odd pairing of the first ten verses of John 10 with the well-known passage from Acts that considers all that has happened in the first two chapters, and thrusts the fledgling community into its ongoing dailiness, where the faithful devoted themselves "to the apostles' teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers" (v.
Indeed, in 1988 Lorraine York published The Other Side of Dailiness, a book-length study of the role of photography in the works of Timothy Findley, Alice Munro, Michael Ondaatje and Margaret Laurence.
Grief comes in waves, paroxysms, sudden apprehensions that weaken the knees and blind the eyes and obliterate the dailiness of life" [p.
Velocity pervaded everything," writes Hamill: "ideas visions, the dailiness of street life.
The dailiness of diaries, Bettina Aptheker argues, helps reveal "the patterns women create and the meanings women invent each day and over time as a result of their labours.
Though at this stage of my own life, for example, I want nothing other than the comfort and dailiness of an ongoing, committed relationship, at earlier periods in my life I didn't want that at all.
Returning to the dailiness of our lives is an act of defiance.
Edwin Muir in his sonnet on Kafka calls him the "sad champion of the drab and half"; and yet stretching away behind the drab ordinariness, what vistas of suggestion of life-and-death meanings, of a threatening-promising spiritual world surrounding the banal dailiness, which, when you try to approach it as a critic, what pitfalls of pretentiousness open at your feet
Consequently, whilst the release from the dailiness of childcare is conveniently eVected, it is also always qualified and provisional in relation to ensuring the well-being of her children.
He now radiates the lightness that comes with age, when the eyes have stopped focusing on dailiness and detail; when, even as they are looking at you, they are looking into distance.
Fullness indicates uniformity, totality, and power to encompass; humanness alleges a like uniformity of people through time; and dailiness connotes the secret dominance of this version of the narrative present over the yesterdays and tomorrows that might challenge the evidence of such presence.
We cultivate that by the very dailiness of praying together.
The director, Pavel Chukhrai, brings a novelistic sense of detail to evoking the dailiness of Soviet life under Stalin's regime.
The problem is worst in the Roman Catholic Church, where scriptural interpretation lies in the hands of celibate males whose social context prevents their hearing those voices in the scriptural text that speak to other social contexts, including women, laborers, and all who struggle with the dailiness of domestic, employment, and financial pressures.