run-of-the-mill


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run-of-the-mill

common or average; typical. The restaurant we went to was nothing specialjust run-of-the mill. The service was good, but the food was run-of-the-mill or worse.

run-of-the-mill

ordinary It's just a run-of-the-mill war film.

run-of-the-mill

mod. average; typical. (Referring to the typical quality of a product that comes out of a mill.) This stuff is just run-of-the-mill.
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AFTER A STRING OF RUN-of-the-mill commissioners, professional sport has come up with a phenomenal presence named David Stern, who, in record time, has turned the NBA into a paragon of corporate and artistic excellence.
These accounts receivable did not stem from T's misuse of inventories, but were merely run-of-the-mill debts for collection.
s public relations firm, KMC Group, was charged with writing a run-of-the-mill personnel press release on the appointment of Dave Hoogerwerf as VP of enginering.
The tenant also claimed that the Lodestar method for billing utilized by the landlord's counsel was improper, and that since this was a run-of-the-mill summary proceedings for non-payment, the legal fee should be billed at a "market value," which the tenant argued should be $10,000 for this case.
The cantonal office building at Morges is no run-of-the-mill office: it is an important, even prestigious development.
What's the real difference between such Rebels and your run-of-the-mill Outsider today?
NEW YORK -- After years of pouring through run-of-the-mill colleges and ho-hum universities, SparkCollege, an imprint of SparkNotes, discovered 95 schools that all students should know about.
A doctor then downloads the information from the recording device to a run-of-the-mill computer, where it can be analyzed.
A run-of-the-mill three-mile novice chase at Leicester falls to a five-year-old making his debut over fences, as the far from run-of-the-mill Corbiere, trained by Jenny Pitman and ridden by Bryan Smart, hacks up by 12 lengths from Ta Jette.
Nonetheless, Half-Life 2 feels like you've been dropped in to a virtual movie, makes San Andreas and Halo 2 seem run-of-the-mill and is probably the best game ever.
This sharp, quenching lager is pretty run-of-the-mill by the country's standards, but has no chemicals or unnecessary additives like sugar.
consequently, I was (1) able to ask him brutally frank questions, outside the bounds that others who haven't known him for quite as long would be inclined to and (2) he is a man who is not likely to associate himself with run-of-the-mill products, which wouldn't be in keeping with his evangelism for all things agile.
THERE comes a time in every show's life when it loses its edge and becomes just another run-of-the-mill time-filler.
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The Interfaith Council distinguishes itself from run-of-the-mill conservative anti-environment collaborations with the inclusion of high-profile Protestant, Catholic and Jewish leaders who are aligned with conservative politics.