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1 Be willing to do even mundane tasks.
2 Initially, the work was pretty mundane.
3 It was hard to return to mundane matters after such excitement.
4 I found the job very mundane.
5 I lead a pretty mundane existence.
6 It's an attitude that turns the mundane into some-thing rather more interesting and exciting.
7 I lead a pretty mundane life; nothing interesting ever happens to me.
8 Mundane matters such as paying bills and shopping for food do not interest her.
9 The mundane task of setting the table can be fun on holidays.
10 On a more mundane level, can we talk about the timetable for next week?
11 Even the most mundane materials could have value.
12 Expecting some mundane vandalism, I received a shock.
13 The truth was both more mundane and more bizarre.
14 The second reason is more mundane.
15 Catherine required the daily challenge of mundane improvisation.
16 Perhaps more mundane thoughts went through her mind.
17 Shepard ranges from monumental issues to mundane daily operations.
18 Truth, it seems, is more mundane.
19 Couldn't you place the bends on mundane stretches of the road and leave the spectacular views cleared for observation and enjoyment?
20 The play is about the mundane existence of factory workers.
21 The mundane task of setting the table can be fun at holidays.
22 The objects we use to do these mundane tasks each day reveal the inner secrets of domestic life.
23 A considerable proportion of parenting is in the mundane details that women are raised to manage.
24 My initial job was pretty mundane,(www.Sentencedict.com) but later I was given more responsibility.
25 But the biggest demand for non-manufacturing robots will be in the more mundane fields of warehousing and transport.
26 At other times it was treated as a day-to-day activity, associated only with mundane needs.
27 Pushing on the slide, best friends leaving us, these are the often seemingly mundane problems of childhood.
28 The Treasure Island measure started as a simple bill to make what appeared to be a mundane bureaucratic change.
29 First, the rhetoric of deregulation has not matched the reality: enterprise zones and Freeports have largely proved mundane.
30 For a few hours the Tea Master and his guests perform an artistic ritual in which the mundane is washed from their minds.
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