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Regular

Customary; usual; with no unexpected or unusual variations; in conformity with ordinary practice.

An individual's regular course of business, for example, is the occupation in which that person is normally engaged to gain a livelihood.

regular

(Conventional), adjective according to rule, accustomed, average, classic, common, commonplace, conformable, consuetudinal, consuetudinary, conventional, customary, everyday, expected, familiar, general, habitual, iustus, natural, normal, ordinarius, ordinary, popular, prevailing, prevalent, routine, run of the mill, stock, traditional, typical, unchanged, undeviating, unexceptional, usual, wonted, workaday
Associated concepts: regular employment, regular interest

regular

(Orderly), adjective balanced, certus, controlled, cyclic, established, even, fixed, invariable, measured, methodical, patterned, periodic, periodical, recurring, regulated, rhythmic, seasonal, stable, steady, successive, symmetrical, systematic, uniform, unvarying, well-regulated
Associated concepts: presumption of regularity, regular course of business, regular election
See also: accustomed, chronic, connected, consistent, constant, continual, conventional, current, customary, daily, familiar, general, habitual, household, mundane, natural, ordinary, periodic, prevailing, prevalent, punctual, repeated, routine, systematic, traditional, typical, uniform, usual
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on Maundy Thursday; closed on Good Friday; regular mall hours on Black Saturday and Easter Sunday
An element a + bI of a neutrosophic AG-groupoid N(S) is called a right regular element of N(S) if there exists [x.
5 : having all sides equal and all angles equal <a regular polygon>
Overall, their average age is three to four years older than regular workers (Panel A).
A space X is pairwise almost regular [12] if for every ([[tau].
Again, the court could not find any code provision that permits the use of a capital loss in the computation of the ATNOL but noted that, for regular tax purposes, the code does not allow the deduction of a capital loss when computing an NOL.
Taxpayers should have the ability to understand the relative amounts of regular tax and AMT liability over a number of years, to determine the lowest out-of-pocket tax cost in the long run.
In a study that tracked nearly 40,000 women for five years, those who walked briskly for at least an hour a week were half as likely to be diagnosed with heart disease as those who did no regular walking.
Regular aspirin use was inversely associated with hormone-responsive breast tumors, with the strongest results for women who took 7 or more tablets per week.
Regular expressions can be used to specify extremely complex patterns to match when searching through e-mail or web traffic.
After a dark history of excluding students with disabilities from regular public schools, Congress in 1975 passed the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, guaranteeing all children, regardless of disability, the right to a "free and appropriate public education" in the "least restrictive environment.
If a separate claim cycle is established, the regular audit cycle may be completed and closed with a "Notice of Completion of Regular Exam Activity.