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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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com/eisbergwine to offer daily help and advice to cope with everyday temptations.
A procrastinator does not want to imagine that they could someday have a physical or cognitive impairment that would require daily help from other people.
Others must have noticed it too, but, being Waughs, they all pretended not to have done so until the daily help arrived, when it vanished without anything being said.
John, who owns the Dubliner pub in Bangkok and provides daily help to Irish and other European prisoners, said: "Norman, Natt and I don't expect thanks for what we do, but we are grateful, almost surprised, when we are given it.
Volunteered her services and those of her 'schoolroom hut' in her garden in Knebworth to store and distribute the first Christmas card in 1964, commandeering her friends, her children and the daily help to take the money and send out the cards.
They continue to track key performance indicators (KPIs) daily, monitor and solve daily Help Desk calls, conduct daily status calls with the four SMART pilot sites, and resolve emerging issues as soon as possible.
Prevention is the key; alfalfa hay and papaya pills daily help keep ingested hair passing through the rabbit.
Beyond this kind of daily help for AFA, there are other longer-term benefits as well.
He told in a statement how he since needed daily help, sometimes couldn't sit or stand and had problems washing and eating.
I feel that if this was agreed, the many elderly and infirm residents who depend on regular daily help to live independently would be less worried.
Also on hand is his doctor friend, a male and female student - she with a wealthy father - and a daily help.
A FORMER soldier from Birmingham who netted over pounds 20,000 in benefits while claiming he needed daily help just to get around was secretly caught by benefits investigators doing heavy work at a garage.

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