Sentence Examples

  • So many celebrities seem to be expecting nowadays that people who aren't in the public eye on a day-to-day basis can easily forget how difficult it must be for a woman to endure rampant speculation and gossip during this time in her life.
  • Men are typically more muscular and require additional calories to perform day-to-day activities.A 5 foot 9 inch man who is 35-years-old, moderately active and weighs 200 pounds must eat 2925 calories a day just to maintain his weight.
  • Not only does the organization handle the day-to-day contact with the creditors (hopefully ending those unpleasant phone calls), but by engaging in a DMP they often waive some or even all extra fees and charges for your pre-DMP mess.
  • However, it should not be considered a potential symptom of dependent personality disorder unless the behavior becomes chronic and significantly interferes with day-to-day functioning and/or causes the child significant distress.
  • During infancy, the primary role of the parent-child relationship is nurturing and predictability, and much of the relationship revolves around the day-to-day demands of caregiving: feeding, toileting, bathing, and going to bed.