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daily

adjective accustomed, common, diurnal, habitual, ordinary, quotidian, quotidie, regular, usual
Associated concepts: daily attendance, daily balance, daily occupation, daily output, daily publication, daily rate of pay, daily wages
See also: habitual, ordinary, usual

daily

every day, including Sundays.
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17 Artichoke 10,000mg, one daily 18 Acai 1,500mg, one daily.
Gulliver''s Travels 3D: J Sat 10:20am; Sat, Sun 12:30pm; 2:45pm; Daily 5pm.
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Last May, it announced the 21st Mexican city--Hermosillo, in the northern border state of Sinaloa--to its lineup; that daily flight from Houston is expected to begin this month.
The electronic-mail text message Mayfield creates each day for them is called Daily News.
In researching our options, we found that while everybody talked about daily processing, to our knowledge only a few companies had committed to it.
published data on 14 London winters, showing a "likely causal" relationship between daily mortality and daily elevations in so-called "British smoke" -- a roughly quantifiable gauge of airborne particulates.
Odeon Metrocentre, Gateshead 48 Garden Walk 127 Hours: Daily 2.