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Quotidian's partners have been managing clients' investments for more than 30 years and since 2013, when the firm was established independently, clients have seen an increase in their portfolios of 66.68 per cent (net of all charges).
In Chapter Two, Gosetti-Ferencei turns to the writings of Merleau-Ponty, Benjamin, Rilke, Frost, and Bachelard to identify a more "affirmative" form of the ecstatic quotidian in the thematic remembrance of childhood.
In other cases, that personal memory might be more plural in character, perhaps even collective: in those cases, it is legitimate to speak of a sociology of the quotidian. Thus, among the many things that are at work in Les Choses, one may note an effort to catalogue the commonplaces of the times, as if it were only through the cliches of the endotic that those times could be understood.
Quotidian Queer is similarly impelled by profound anxieties over the state of the nation--and, more precisely, over the reactionary posture to all matters sexual that appears to reign as God now.
Pop culture may present Michael Jordan and Madonna as the face of America, but, the editors said, they intended to present "the other Americans who live normal, simple lives far from fame and the lights of Hollywood." They hoped these quotidian stories would engage Arab readers in "positive, constructive dialogue."
She surveys black feminist thought from its beginnings in the quotidian lives of African-American women to its commitments outside the structures of black civil society.
And, I say, affably, steaming Cup in hand, leaning against the lobby wall, maybe this coffee is not unlike Jesus himself, who gave himself and his searing message to us freely, so that we might be awakened both to the vast holiness of the quotidian and to the promise of the savory cup of holy and joyous life to come.
Ethics is the moral philosophy of practice, of decisions faced in quotidian and- especially - professional life.
Given our members' quotidian experiences with the tax laws, it should come as no surprise that TEI supports efforts to improve and simplify the Internal Revenue Code.
In this essay I will argue that Yusuf's talent for "poetization of the familiar and the quotidian," as Ghazoul aptly put it ("The Poetics of the Political Poem," 117), lies largely in his capability of creating a poetic diction of his own - a linguistic synthesis that blends al-Fusha and al-'Ammiyya.
Exposed at his most vulnerable, like a newly separated Siamese twin without his faithful Ursus Mark VI, Hurtubise draws his two nine-inch knives and reverts to the definitive siege mentality that saved him from "The Old Man" at 20, and now saves him every day from the crippling quotidian and mundane.