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Example Sentences for "daily"

Are you satisfied with your daily life?

Getting an adequate amount of sleep each night is one of the easiest and most effective ways of improving your daily life.

The old man kissed his wife affectionately before leaving the house for his daily walk.

B&Bs offer a view into the daily life of Brits that you can't get in a larger, more anonymous hotel.

Stress and anxiety levels play a large role in pregnant women's daily health.

The day is approaching when computers will be a part of every person's daily life everywhere in the country.

The old man has an attendant who helps him with his daily routine.

The flowers of the Netherlands are sold daily at large auctions, such as at Aalsmeer, where 12 million flowers are purchased every day.

There are too many battered wives and children in this country who live in daily terror of their beatings.

Collecting wood for cooking fires is a daily chore for many people in rural Lesotho.

I have been communicating with my daughter by e-mail on a daily basis ever since she moved away to attend college.

The average daily consumption of salt in this country is much higher than recommended.

Records show that when doctors in Los Angeles went on strike in 1976, the daily number of deaths in the city decreased.

dedicate You can find details for all the London concerts, shows and other performances in the city's daily newspapers.

Daily hassles and environmental factors such as noise are important determinants of daily stress.

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