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Instead of allowing showering or any other routine event to be a time filled with anxiety, may we turn these moments into makeshift "prayer meetings.
From Jeremy Corbyn downwards, Labour figures have been fulminating against what should be a routine event in the diplomatic calendar.
And it's not like it's just some routine event that retailers are obliged to participate in; it's one carefully prepared for - some companies have told me before that they plan up to several months ahead - so it's not pushover thing.
Putin, speaking to NBC News' Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly, said he recalled the dinner in question as a routine event.
From the high-powered Milken Conference in Los Angeles this spring to a routine event like the UBS chief investment officer global forum for financial advisers in New York last week, every mention of the Republican frontrunner elicits a titter from the audience.
She competed in the Philippine Olympic Committee-Philippine Sports Commission (POC-PSC) Wushu Federation Philippines' National Wushu Championships in the Straight Sword 2nd Level International Routine Event when she was 16.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- President Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an has turned the hosting of "muhtars," or village leaders, at his palace into a routine event.
The team beat off the challenge of seven other European teams to claim the prestigious cup after gaining the top marks in the team routine event.
The complicated options would go to two related phenomena: (1) the tangled dynamics of Hizbullah's relations inside Lebanon and around the GME, and (2) the fact that the Israeli attack occurred on the Syrian side of the Golan front - an almost routine event, which actually hit three targets in one, namely Hizbullah, the Assad dictatorship and Iran.
To reject sacrifice, Pan continues, is not to avoid death and devastation in the name of peace, but to let death happen in silence, as nothing more than an insignificant, routine event.
The official IDF announcement tried to downplay its importance, describing it as a "planned, routine event.
This confidence is built upon the fact that fusion is now a routine event at the Joint European Torus (Jet) in Culham, Oxfordshire, south-east England.