customary use

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To his customary use of the sculptural, the architectonic, and--through color--the painterly, Palomino has now added light as a plastic element.
Riparian rights became defined in terms of economic progress; instrumental use took precedence over customary use or natural flow.
Residents complained about local canoeing outfitters hogging parking spaces with their vehicles and customers, clogging roads, and monopolizing park facilities, preventing customary uses such as fishing and family activities.
The Joy of Cooking" is less than charitable with its description: "Only by the wildest stretch of the imagination can rhubarb be included in this (fruit) chapter, but its tart flavor and its customary uses make it a reasonable facsimile, when cooked, of fruit.
It also looks at customary uses of the land and creation of protected areas.
In one of its most pervasive uses, timekeeping, the ringing of bells resisted attempts at standardization up to at least the eve of the first World War, and the many conflicts generated by other customary uses throughout the nineteenth century are testimony to the inability of the state to regulate these practices completely.
The only sense suggested by them, or with them, was the nonsense of the world, and the playful nonsense that could be produced in a (verbal) text out of the rule-governed resources of a language, and of the customary uses made of language.