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day-to-day work/business/life etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishday-to-day work/business/life etcday-to-day work/business/life etcday-to-day jobs or activities are ones that you do every day as a normal part of your life, your job etc The manager is responsible for the day-to-day running of the hotel. day-to-day
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day-to-day work/business/life etcIt also recognises that day-to-day business and executive authority is vested in line management.But since the arrival of Robins, he has taken a backseat role with day-to-day business being handled by the new chairman.In our day-to-day lives, including day-to-day scientific lives, we have little need of such confirmed hypotheses.Also the day-to-day work of schools and the task of assessing pupils assumed a higher importance than the development of new curriculum.Directors were given the exclusive right to manage the day-to-day business of the company.While with the Chargers for the past two years, McNeely oversaw the day-to-day business operations.Justices, of course, are accustomed, as part of their day-to-day work, to assessing costs of comparatively small amounts.The problem arises because there is nothing in our day-to-day life to provide us with sufficient exercise.
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