They can even help your digestion and the regularity of your bowel movements.
“regularity is more important than duration so that it integrates into the mind and body,” says Cruikshank.
I want to die in a shower of color and return form the dead with annual regularity.
And Ambassador Rice could do a lot worse than consult Donilon with some regularity.
Teens who smoke pot with any regularity just do not mature in the same way as their peers.
I hope you are enjoying yourself and drawing your per annum with promptness and regularity.
There seemed to be neither plan nor regularity to their journeying.
They have also crossed occasionally in the spring, but without any regularity or frequency, and generally in very small parties.
She had fine eyes and a fine complexion, yet no regularity of feature.
But it may be shown directly that this regularity is not the result of special determinants lying within the nucleus.
c.1600, from Middle French regularite, from Medieval Latin *regularitas, from Latin regularis (see regular (adj.)).
late 14c., from Old French reguler "ecclesiastical" (Modern French r*#233;gulier), from Late Latin regularis "containing rules for guidance," from Latin regula "rule," from PIE *reg- "move in a straight line" (see regal).
Earliest sense was of religious orders (the opposite of secular). Extended from late 16c. to shapes, etc., that followed predictable or uniform patterns; sense of "normal" is from 1630s; meaning "real, genuine" is from 1821. Old English borrowed Latin regula and nativized it as regol "rule, regulation, canon, law, standard, pattern;" hence regolsticca "ruler" (instrument); regollic (adj.) "canonical, regular."
c.1400, "member of a religious order," from regular (adj.). Sense of "soldier of a standing army" is from 1756. Meaning "regular customer" is from 1852; meaning "leaded gasoline" is from 1978.
A cup of coffee with the usual moderate amount of cream and sugar •In New York City no sugar is included (1950s+ fr lunch counter)