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  • And even on very mundance stuff, our force policy explicity puts them one inch ahead.

    If I Can’t Have You Nobody Can « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • He also implies that Kos communicates with Townhouse through DailyKos rather than the much more mundance email.

    Firedoglake » Ssssh, he’s “deciding.”

  • They use this insight, along with our knowledge of these "mundance mechanisms" from research on nonreligious cognition to explain four universal properties of religion: 1. Widespread counterfactual and counterintuitive beliefs in supernatural agents gods, ghosts, goblins, etc.

    A Comprehensive Theory of Religious Cognition

  • I finally have a chance to sit down in front of the mundance computer and type away.

    krazililme Diary Entry

  • I'd rather Rob bowed out of these films altogether and did quality films but after reading the books its still glaringly obviouz that you want to see the more dramatic scenes and not the mundance ones in the middle section of the book.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • The stars of NBC’s The Office and 30 Rock, respectively, play a New York couple who try to spruce up their mundance life in suburbia with a night out on the town.

    Entertainment Weekly Goes On “Date Night” With Tina Fey Steve Carell

  • Send in Mark Ellen to sort out Mr Grumpy. dylan v reed dylan, from my reading answers intelligently and eloquently if the question is not rote predictable and mundance, doesn't pry into private life and doesn't ask him to interpret his songs oer opine on political matters of the day now lou lou he just has the shits with jopurnalists 98\% of the time.

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  • mundance : when the day to day, ordinary world becomes magiacally beautiful, unique

    July 8, 2009