inflexible routine

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1) A bureaucracy is defined as "the administration of government through departments and subdivisions managed by sets of appointed officials following an inflexible routine.
Like their younger peers, older patients with ASD show persistent social deficit and rigid thinking, adhere to inflexible routines, and may have perseverative interests.
Insistence on sameness, inflexible routines, or ritualized behavior.
Over the last decade, moreover, his setlists have fallen into fairly inflexible routines (he nearly always encores with "All Along the Watchtower" and "Like a Rolling Stone," for example).
Repetitive tasks, working alone, quiet atmospheres, inflexible routines and meeting deadlines all drive you mad.