And the day-to-day existence of a quadriplegic is far crueler than most people imagine.
The hope is you would honor them by, first, eradicating bad habits that derail you day-to-day.
David Frum: If schools need them for day-to-day security, then fine.
“What would make him an addict is if his behavior gets in the way of his day-to-day functioning,” says one psychologist.
As for the day-to-day life of the horses, pro-ban veterinarians such as Holly Cheever describe it as “survivable, but not humane.”
This is the day-to-day existence in places as far apart as Moscow and the Balkans.
It is a point of honour among us to know every kink and crotchet of day-to-day working.
Individuals of both species were consistent in their day-to-day consumption.
He was as certain of it as he was of the day-to-day renewal of his strength and vitality; and he could afford to wait.
It was a simple, systematic arrangement, obviously arranged for day-to-day use, not for secrecy.