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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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Carmona Regulo of Venezuela who looked strong to finish in the medal range could only claim fourth place (15.
Despues de los escandalos y como consecuencia de la perdida de confianza publica en la informacion, el gobierno norteamericano termino con la autorregulacion de la profesion contable, regulo el funcionamiento de las firmas de auditoria, establecio procedimientos contables y de auditoria mucho mas rigurosos y fijo responsabilidades penales especificas para los gerentes que manipulen o falseen la informacion financiera.
For example in 1832 the Black Joke, a captured slaver converted for use by the navy, surprised two slave ships, the Rapido and the Regulo, at the mouth of the Bonny River.
Had to escape from Winscar the other day when the temperature in the van rose to about Regulo 93.