ordinariness


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Both biography and personal memoir name the ordinariness of Ricoeur.
Touching the Holy: Ordinariness, Self-Esteem and Friendship (Ave Maria, 155 pages, $6.
Geminga's value to astronomers now rests on its very ordinariness.
England are desperately trying to emerge from that ordinariness and there were fleeting signs of progress last night.
As one of the few Loose Women panellists you wouldn't be afraid to meet in a dark alley, Millican's unique selling point is her very ordinariness and she has the audience eating out of the palm of her hand with her down to earth observations, self-deprecating humour (lots of it about her love of food and aversion to exercise) and rudeness, diluted through that unthreatening Geordie accent.
While Hitler is justifiably considered a monster, the author contends that what made him so horrifying was his ordinariness.
The mostly muted colours and sketchy line work emphasize the ordinariness of the two, and demonstrate Matt Ottley's ability to convey character and mood with subtle nuances of expression and body language.
That's not just because it's for the under-10s but because it's a film of almost extreme ordinariness.
Ordinariness is in raw focus in this Mike Leigh film, which takes a long and telling look at the lives of a bunch of people over the four seasons.
There has been a 33-1 winner of the 2,000 Guineas, a 1,000 Guineas in which more than half the field were robbed by the draw and a series of Epsom trials that have yielded a pair of favourites who hold their positions largely due to the ordinariness of their likely rivals.
When an unwelcome and sinister stranger breaks into the bookish, cloistered haven of his flat, the ordinariness of his life is twisted and distorted into something monstrous and his being threatened.
Like the Santo Caliz, a regular-looking bowl in Valencia, Spain, believed by some to have touched Christ's lips (Danto considers it plausible), the Brillo Boxes are disguised by their ordinariness.
There is a limit to how many laughs can be squeezed out of amiable ordinariness dressed in unadulterated inanities.
It was obvious he wanted to not just top the pop charts but to be truly apart, pushing the edge and always pushing ordinariness far out of the way.
Yet, alongside this humour there is also an ordinariness of the characters which allows the audience to engage with them.