Routinary

Related to Routinary: discontented, prying

Rou´ti`na`ry


a.1.Involving, or pertaining to, routine; ordinary; customary.
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when SAF guards stopped him at employees' gate of the maximum security compound of the New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa for routinary inspection.
I excluded letters related to Parodi's social and domestic life, those linked with his official tasks at the University and other academic institutions, the routinary correspondence related to his work as editor of the Revista Argentina de Agronomia (1934-1962), and thirty-eight letters from senders of unknown identity and no institutional affiliation.
This may open up new perspectives for clinicians because a strength curve could then be easily obtained in ambulatory settings and, hence, used as a routinary diagnostic tool for assessing the functional recovery of a joint.
He said the video meant to impart the message that like other things, once sex becomes routinary, it is necessary to change something.
Other authors also agree that routinary bed rest is not supported by evidence (Williams et al.
However to verify any possible clinical and routinary applications of this method to early detect the physiological RV remodelling different from the pathological one in young athletes, will need more clinical investigations.
Dogs were subjected to surgical procedures according to routinary protocols for ovariohysterectomy (OH) and/or surgical excision of mammary tumors.
The work is to some extent routinary but there were also challenges in the work area that she identified.
He finds agreeable his new routinary job and life in a small town, but gives in to chasing a mysterious enigma surrounding the man he replaced.
For these traps, the effective fishing rime, or soak time (the period that traps remained on the seabed), was significantly longer than the one involved in routinary operations, so the information gathered was deemed likely to reflect the effect of fishing by traps lost during fishing operations (ghost fishing).
Descriptive epidemiology- Use of routinary data, such as standardized rates to compare groups, can provide clues to whether genetic or environmental factors are involved.