# Usual

### フレーズと例文

### more usual (もっと普通)

Metal ores are more usual than other raw materials.

The title is a twist on the more usual "private eye".

It grows to a maximum length of but is a more usual size.

### usual position (通常の位置)

His usual position is either full-back or wing.

His usual position is either centre or wing.

Rikki Sheriffe's usual position is , or .

### usual practice (通常の練習)

This is the usual practice in typesetting.

A coronial inquiry was held, as is the usual practice in Australia.

They had only been tested on rodents, as was usual practice at the time.

### usual way (通常の方法)

This is the most usual way to access this isolated valley.

This norm induces a metric on "C" in the usual way: formula_4.

Effectiveness, is defined the usual way: as being able to accomplish stated goals.

### usual residents (通常の居住者)

There were 247 private dwellings, 237 of which were occupied by usual residents.

The community has 185 private dwellings, 176 which are occupied by usual residents.

Private dwellings occupied by usual residents: 2,811 (total dwellings: 3,376) Mother tongue:

### business as usual (いつものようにビジネス)

For Wallenda, it was back to business as usual.

Control communities continued prevention business as usual.

Bill and Frances sat side by side and worked on it together, business as usual.

### occupied by usual

There were 247 private dwellings, 237 of which were occupied by usual residents.

The community has 185 private dwellings, 176 which are occupied by usual residents.

Private dwellings occupied by usual residents: 2,811 (total dwellings: 3,376) Mother tongue:

### usual sense

Intuitively, it is the notion of derivative appropriate to paths in classical Wiener space, which are "usually" not differentiable in the usual sense.

It appears frequently in the text of the classic novel "Water Margin", and is written as (meaning "bird", pronounced niǎo in Mandarin and niu5 in Cantonese when used in this usual sense).

In this context, the standard example is Cat, the 2-category of all (small) categories, and in this example, bimorphisms of morphisms are simply natural transformations of morphisms in the usual sense.