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Instead Lavinia has written of women clearing gardens, of making fish, or hay, or candles -- mundane things Mary would not have given the time of day to.
Smaller films that normally wouldn't be given the time of day have come into their own.
As students began walking and trying to start conversations, the ``not cool'' students weren't given the time of day.
Given the time of day and day of the week, the system models the traffic information to calculate when shoppers will arrive at the checkout, and alerts the supervisor to open or close additional lanes accordingly.
Nobody prepared to challenge has been given the time of day.
We know a number of people may have been in the area given the time of day and witnessed what has happened.
Alan Lough, Dunbar, said: "Chicharito, who " used to play for Manchester United, is entitled to his opinion that Ronaldo is better than Messi but I think the time has long passed for this debate to be given the time of day.