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  • English is also an official language but is not spoken in daily use.
  • For many years his piano studies included four to six hours of practice daily.
  • It may be general or special interest, most often published daily or weekly.
  • He spent a significant amount of time studying the site, going there daily.
  • The following year, he began bringing his guitar in on a daily basis.
  • The water is changed daily, and pictures remain turned to the wall.
  • He recorded his daily life for almost ten years.
  • They may also be involved in its daily operations.
  • Over two million people in developing countries use this method for their daily drinking water.
  • In summer, the daily low temperature has increased more than the daily high temperature.
  • Daily life rather than eternal life became the focus of board games.
  • Thus, music could play an increasingly important role in daily life.
  • He continued to play the piano daily throughout his life.
  • It was also said to be a fresh, natural representation of daily life.
  • Only in his later years did he decrease his daily practice to just one or two hours.
  • Four services were provided in each direction daily.
  • He begins to practice his speed change at home and at the Daily Planet.
  • They still work in industry, but these robots carry out daily lives.
  • The group changed its focus to study these surface states and they met almost daily to discuss the work.
  • There are numerous daily bus and ferry services between the two cities.
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Meaning of daily

  • noun A newspaper that is published every day
  • adverb Every day; without missing a day
    he stops by daily