Definitions for day in day out

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. day in day out, day after day(adverb)

    for an indefinite number of successive days

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  1. Day In Day Out

    "Day In Day Out" is a single from the UK rock band Feeder, and was the first single to be taken from their debut album Yesterday Went Too Soon. It is one of very few Feeder songs that contains profanity; "Taste the bullshit on a plate/We just piss our lives away…", the promo CD for radio play and its music video, blurred the words out making them hard to recognise. The lyrics refer to an employee doing the same menial daily tasks, and wanting to get away from it all. Grant once said that the distorted vocal emulates that of a tannoy in a supermarket. The Dandy Warhols 2003 hit "We Used to Be Friends" duplicates the bassline from the track. Feeder are mentioned in the songs credits as a result. The track along with its video appeared at #70 on VH2's "Indie 500" rundown of 2004, which was a list of the channels top 500 indie tracks of all time. It peaked at number 31 on the UK Singles Chart, but despite reaching the top 40, at the bands request it was not included on the main CD their singles album, although appears on the DVD version packaged with limited quantities of the release.

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  1. Thierry Marais:

    There's a consistency and the quality is there day in, day out because they are there day in and day out. there's an advantage over restaurants in Europe where there are 50 or more diners in one service, where consistency becomes more challenging.

  2. Margaret Mead:

    The prophet who fails to present a bearable alternative and yet preaches doom is part of the trap that he postulates. Not only does he picture us caught in a tremendous man-made or God-made trap from which there is no escape, but we must also listen to him day in, day out, describe how the trap is inexorably closing. To such prophecies the human race, as presently bred and educated and situated, is incapable of listening. So some dance and some immolate themselves as human torches; some take drugs and some artists spill their creativity in sets of randomly placed dots on a white ground.

  3. Roger Chao:

    There are those people today who live the same life, day in day out, predictable, risk free, dreamless, they are the harshest critics of those who strive to break free from this mundane existence. In this world, too many people are afraid to pursue the life they truly desire, too afraid of being criticised by others, too afraid of failing, too afraid of not knowing the way. However there are also those who choose to follow their dreams, those who choose to rebel, those who strive to be free, those who live. Stay true to yourself; break free from the chains of society and live.May you too have the strength and courage to pursue your dreams.

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