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of or suitable for ordinary days or routine occasions

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found in the ordinary course of events

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His latest installation not only addressed the workaday lives of the latter - remarkable enough in itself - but was actually accessible and populist, as opposed to snide and ironic.
Patrons will also find their dance in workaday spaces such as an old electricity plant and a huge torpedo hall that formerly belonged to the Royal Danish Navy.
Benarbia, an amazing give-away by Paris St Germain, made four of the five goals and Barnsley's workaday warriors could do little but admire.
While windows at the ground floor recall the small openings of the cottage, the more generous openings and cladding above suggest the workaday loft.
There has been a welcome revival of interest in relatively small workaday companies
Seen not in a museum but in a workaday city space, Flavin's fascination with America's ugliest and most commonplace form of public lighting seems to revert to grass-root sources.
Gloria, that early masterpiece, is about the ways people reach toward God in the workaday world.
But once we leave the extremes, there is this tangible difference: the Right seeks to conserve (and the Left to undermine) workaday democracy; the Left seeks to defend (and the Right to defeat) the destructive fantasy of a heaven on earth."
Difficult moments like the workaday side stairwells are enlivened by light and colourful murals on the landings.
Installing a sliding-glass door to enclose a space beyond the gallery's reception area, a suspicious Sam Durant contrasted the workaday practicality of furnishings and building materials with the surface seamlessness of interior design through photographs, drawings, and sculpture.
He dresses the cast in workaday clothes--Susan Ruddie's long, paneled dresses in muted tones for the women, shirts and tight pants for the men--and sets them swinging across the stage in line, polka, and square dances.
As time is suspended, public space adopts its own form irrespective of its workaday uses.
Escaping one kind of slavery (the workaday grind), ravers subordinate themselves to another: oppressed at work, en-thrall-ed in leisure, their anti-Oedipal triumph over reality is also their tragedy.
But if the Faculty is deliberately workaday, it does not lack subtlety.
Well, it's a time when workaday minstrel Walker gets Brit nominated twice even before this debut was released.