nonexotic

nonexotic

(ˌnɒnɪɡˈzɒtɪk)
adj
not exotic
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Bringing up the rear was Marianne Gomez, the self-appointed pooper scooper, along with Rico, an exotic bird who seemed less enthused about the nonexotic task than did Gomez.
Under these circumstances, how easy is it for the playwright to create a connection between his creation and the hearts of a decidedly nonexotic English audience?
Alienating knowledge creates exoticization by distancing those subjected to it from accessible contexts, representing them as irredeemably foreign, external, and excluded from the nonexotic group.
Exposure to other exotic or nonexotic mammalian pets will be considered on a case-by-case basis; assessment should include the likelihood of contact with a mammal with monkeypox and the compatibility of clinical illness with monkeypox.
On the other side of town the UFO Enigma Museum, while still providing a habitat diorama of the crash site, also offers nonexotic alternatives to accident-statistic aliens.
But one Seattle cook has combined the flavors of the sweet-sour vinegeard rice with nonexotic ingredients--including leftovers--to make an attractive hot luncheon entree.
Although the company has some exposure to interest rate risk because it invests about 40% of the total invested assets in ABS and MBS, these are all in nonexotic, less interest-rate-sensitive tranches.