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in short, the normal mundanities I generally manage to hide from sprung to the foreground, and I didn't like it.
Most of the time though they tend to be such mundanities as fixing a horse's saddle and, loaves and fishes like, replenishing an empty pot of soup.
In the other, courtroom-sketch artists followed Scharlin through her quotidian tasks, depicting the mundanities of her day from getting up to going shopping.
There's food out in the kitchen, my clothes are drying just fine, but lovers can't be lovers, if you ain't mine," he croons on Poor Man's Game - Lawrie's throaty, oak-smoked vocals cleverly expounding on the mundanities of love.
Or, would you simply employ someone to sweep away all the mundanities on your behalf, leaving you free to wallow undisturbed in pounds 50 notes while sipping the finest champagne (opened and served by someone else, of course)?
Writer Lynda La Plante piles on the mundanities of police life to such an extent that you yearn for a good car chase or even a tiny, thrilling plot development.
He said the secret of the group's success was "delving into the mundanities of the operation" to cut costs and improve service.
It's more those grating everyday mundanities so beloved of parents and elderly relatives everywhere.
And most of them still have to deal with the mundanities of life, like going to Kwik Save and filling the car up.