run-of-the-mill


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not special in any way

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We do not expect a 'game changer', but rather a 'run-of-the-mill' budget," the research note added.
ONE in four adults would rather own a second-hand prestige car than a new run-of-the-mill vehicle according to research by BMW Financial Services.
Quality and quantity is a little short at present due to the weather, but Masaalek is taken to light up a run-of-the-mill afternoon at Great Leighs today.
But Macdonald isn't as distinctive as the former or as run-of-the-mill as the latter.
The flavor, while not extraordinary, does have a leg up on run-of-the-mill "lite" beers, and provides a solid eco-friendly option whether at a local pub or kicking back for the game.
"We do the difficult stuff, things that run-of-the-mill thermoformers have problems with," says president Wynn Kintz.
Sheehy's patriots, for that's what they are, aren't what the media would typically portray as "American patriots." They're not paragons of political correctness; they are run-of-the-mill, concerned Americans who have gone to extraordinary lengths to protect America and Americans, despite much vilification in the press.
At first blush, the Department of Justice kids' page, with its smiling Lady Justice and befuddled cartoon judge, looks like any other run-of-the-mill, feel-good site.
Not just another run-of-the-mill mafia novel, Saraceno is very strongly recommended as a remarkable crafted tale that will have a particular appeal for readers who appreciate the unique tale of a Mafia thug's transformation under the influence of an elderly woman who herself was once a slave-assistant to the infamous Josef Mengele in the Auschwitz concentration camp, and survived to mentor her hit-man protege in New York.
Unlike most specialty products that are normally priced higher than their run-of-the-mill cousins, the $34.95 price of the Keys-U-See keyboard is right for the pocket book, and lower than many other standard keyboards on the market.
For years, a run-of-the-mill terraced house in a Cardiff street appears to have been the nerve centre for causing local misery.
On a consistent diet, an average-sized, 160-pound man could theoretically lose 30-40 pounds just by walking while talking on the phone, checking email and performing other run-of-the-mill office tasks.
This literature describes why customers should be aware that they limit a compound's properties by not making use of carbon blacks that may provide better physical properties, processing or dispersion than that of a run-of-the-mill black.
They can't cheat, and I enjoy reading them more than the run-of-the-mill report.
Although this engine currently exists only in virtual form, if it was not, the average customer opening the hood of a vehicle equipped with this motor wouldn't be able to tell it was other than a run-of-the-mill engine.