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- adv. In a routine manner, in a way that has become common or expected.
- adv. Done by rote or habit, as part of a routine, without attention or concern.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. according to routine or established practice
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'Down-to-earth', the label routinely applied to Adlington, is one in which she delights.
Racial epithets that whites can only refer to as "the N word" whereas blacks use the term routinely in rap songs?
The absolute connection is that "allopathic" is the term routinely used to refer to the M. D.-granting institutions.
Corporate media journalists use the term routinely to describe individuals and groups but never use to describe the governments which target the civilian population by killing them, destroying their homes and fields, or by subjecting them to collective punishment.
"B movie" is now a term routinely applied to essentially any low-budget, vaguely disreputable genre film.
Before gaining national attention, Palin routinely visited Alaskan churches as governor, spoke freely about her Christian beliefs and mentioned God without hesitation in official appearances.
People from other networks are also frustrated that, while major newsmakers such as Palin routinely appear on Fox News, the network's tight contractual strings mostly prevent its stable of Republican stars from being interviewed on any other channel, even C-SPAN.
Now, he says, he'll have to begin routinely requiring bank officers to appear for depositions.
"Grunstein routinely shouted at, cursed, and threatened Schron, often in the presence of Schron's children," Mr. Schron's complaint says.
Joshua - There's no way of getting around the fact that McCain routinely, almost constantly, issues categorical denials that are demonstrably false.
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