seems both a function of script and a function of the acting.
At 19, and with the world telling you otherwise, ordinariness
is probably the last thing you'd welcome as a birthday present.
No faux elegance, no glib intellectualizing, nothing to distract from the complete ordinariness
of the personality.
After I interviewed that woman, it haunted me: her way of telling it, the mundaneness of the fact, the ordinariness
of the woman who had one bad experience and then never had sex for the rest of her life.
Christians as well as Jews today may rely on the ordinariness
of talking to an extra-ordinary God as a shared resource in the effort to reestablish moral and religious order after the Shoah and after modernity.
Independent visiting is about bringing stability and ordinariness
into their lives.
In fact, Harlan's insistence on her ordinariness
cannot erase the frequently extraordinary moments of her story.
Both biography and personal memoir name the ordinariness
The wondrous thing about life is often its ordinariness
and its shared commonplaces.
Touching the Holy: Ordinariness
, Self-Esteem and Friendship (Ave Maria, 155 pages, $6.
Geminga's value to astronomers now rests on its very ordinariness
Through a succession of novels, Narayan has created an imaginary community, Malgudi, peopled by perceptively drawn characters whose very ordinariness
provides fertile ground for Narayan's gentle humor.