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Word: quotidian

Definition: daily; commonplace; customary; Ex. quotidian routine


Sentences Containing 'quotidian'

The KGB residency executed four types of espionage: (i) political, (ii) economic, (iii) military-strategic, and (iv) disinformation, effected with "active measures" (PR Line), counter-intelligence and security (KR Line), and scientific–technological intelligence (X Line); quotidian duties included SIGINT (RP Line) and illegal support (N Line).

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