routine


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Synonyms for routine

Synonyms for routine

a course of action to be followed regularly

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a habitual, laborious, often tiresome course of action

a particular kind of activity

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familiar through repetition

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The prevalence of obesity among preschool-aged children in the United States who regularly share evening meals with their families, get enough sleep during the week, and have limited weekday television-viewing time is 40% lower than those who are not exposed to any of these household routines, according to data from a nationally representative study.
A routine for exploring works of art and other things)
Their routine also earned them positive comments from the judges.
Despite the fear of missing an occasional markedly elevated glucose level, clinicians gradually grew comfortable and never reconsidered reinstitution of routine glucometer readings," Dr.
A clean final routine ensured he held his position, just missing out on the medals in fourth.
Friesl and Larty (2013) suggest that understanding OR according to the line of Practice allowed defining the replication of routines as a political process within organizations, since the notion of an agency encompassing individuals and their influences on practice (Latour, 2012)--and not only on institutions--, imply the multiple interests of the various actors engaged in routine.
He doesn't particularly like the idea of swimming until he gets into the pool each week, but routine dictates that we go.
Total quantity or scope: Anglian Water Services Limited requires Tankering Services; Routine, Non-Routine and Specialist Services for the transportation of Sewage sludge raw primary, secondary, or surplus activated, or a mixture of these types, in addition to wastewater and other related products, to service the whole of the Anglian Water region through Partners and the Alliance.
The link between better sleep outcomes and a bedtime routine was found within both predominantly Asian and predominantly Caucasian cultural regions.
The disproportionately adverse effects of the recession on routine occupations become more evident when one analyzes the composition of employees with part-time and full-time status.
I am a great fan of Charles Dickens; and you know that most of his brilliant writings were done soon after going through his routine three-hour walk/lazying around daily without any fail.
Dr Amy Brown, of the College of Human and Health Sciences at Swansea University, said: "There are many trends in parenting that encourage new parents to follow a routine for sleep or feeding or not to respond quickly to their infants cries but the impact upon infant development has not been explored.
Daily Routines for the Student Horn Player by Marian
The classic example, a bedtime routine (perhaps with the hundredth rendition of "Goodnight Moon"), can mean the difference between healing sleep and anxious hours of wakefulness, even for non-traumatized children.