(1) One thus can't claim that it was feminism that first started to regulate ├ö├ç├┐the most quotidian , private corners of life.├ö├ç├û(2) This French mockumentary is blandly violent, following the quotidian activities of its despicable yet oddly loveable lead character├ö├ç┬¬(3) How could I leave a moment early only to return to my quotidian life?(4) Models sat cross-legged on the floor, smoking and poring over The Daily, Fashion Week's quotidian rag.(5) But these scenes, despite their snapshot appearance and quotidian subject matter, are scarcely authentic.(6) The quotidian chores became his existential challenge.(7) But the effect is calculatedly bathetic, since it turns out that what saves or condemns you is such embarrassingly quotidian matters as whether you fed the hungry and visited the sick.(8) At the same time, I also felt some sympathy for an 18-year old who sounds a bit freaked out by the Blogosphere's focused attention on her quotidian activities.(9) Far from being quotidian these glamorous fancies push fashion to the limit in their testing fusion of ego-soothing props and dreamy confection.(10) Much of the diary, rather than mapping the thrilling peaks and troughs of Meeting Mr Right, records the more deceptively challenging, quotidian slog across the lifelong plateau thereafter: Living with Mr Right.(11) As a thorough break from London's quotidian chaos, whilst retaining all the trappings of urban civilisation, I can recommend it thoroughly.(12) The details are quotidian , but the underlying questions both simple and profound: Who am I?(13) In watching, absorbing the ritualised cycle of the days and nights among the living and the dead, maybe we can find a sense of the quotidian nature of death that can draw away so much of the fear.(14) I concentrate, more than I think virtually any comic book artist has in the past, on the so-called mundane details of every day life - quotidian life.(15) But in truth, and more interestingly, there's a private life of globalization, one that exists in the quotidian experiences of millions whose lives have been enriched by new technologies.(16) The author's stated goal was to lead the reader to see everything, from the simple quotidian rituals of Zen monastic life to the most abstract philosophical vision, as a Buddha would.