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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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But it can also be a rabbit hole of non-productivity that can blow up your routine. Several experts recommend setting aside certain times of day to plow through emails and sticking to your routine by ignoring them when you need to be productive.
In fiscal year 2016-17,a total of Rs 9,776 219 million were spent on maintenance of roads out of which Rs 674.155 million were spent on rehabilitation, Rs 6,625.130 million on periodic maintenance and Rs 2,476.934 million on routine maintenance.
But it's also more complicated because you face additional "overload" and taking care of "everyone." Nevertheless, a good routine can be established.
Moving to production, table 5 shows the data on number of learners producing prototypical routines in the pre-test and post-test, and differences between these and NS production ratios in each pragmatic routine elicited.
And the power of routine? When we complain about the dull rhythm of life, it can only mean that, everything is going well for us.
"As important as the lesson that routine glucometer readings in the clinic is a wasteful practice, the more important lesson is that examining office routines for foolish consistencies should be a regular component of making primary care more efficient," the researchers added.
She shared with the participants that in compliance with the directives of the Prime Minister, polio infrastructure will be merged with EPI in coming months to strengthen routine immunization in the country.
Bailey Lee-Travers competed in the male 13-14 and a superb first routine placed him in a strong fourth position.
ORs are mutually constituted by its ostensive aspects (routine internalized as a standard, its ostensive aspect being the abstract and general idea of standardized routine) as well as by its performative aspects (routine in practice, based on context, where the performative aspect consists of actions, enactments by people, at a specific time and place), where the former invokes the resources to perform the action and at the same time hampers and constrains routine changes, while the latter generates, recreates, maintains and modifies the ostensive aspect (Feldman & Pentland, 2003; Pentland & Feldman, 2008).
But TV nanny Jo Frost insists they don't need to spend a fortune to get a decent night's sleep - just stringently adhere to the routine of bath, book, bed with their child.
But TV nanny Jo Frost insists they don't need to pay a penny to get a decent night's sleep - just stringently adhere to the routine of bath, book, bed with their child.
For all couples among the participant group both parents completed the Italian version (Emiliani, Melotti, & Palareti, 1998) of the Family Routine Inventory (FRI, Jensen, James, Boyce, & Hartnett, 1983), which was modified and adapted according to the age of the children.
A CONSISTENT routine for young children at bedtime helps them sleep better and longer, according to a new study.
The persistence of the twelve days of Christmas routine over more than fifty years is an indication not only of the force of tradition within pantomime dramaturgy, but also of the important role of learned and passed-on routines within the genre.