garden variety


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A US term referring to lesions or diseases that are both common and/or have relatively routine clinical, radiologic, or pathologic findings

garden variety

Medtalk adjective Referring to lesions or diseases that are both common and/or have relatively routine clinical, radiologic, or pathological findings. Cf Meat & potatoes disease.
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They find that these spatial interrogatives do not automatically behave like the common garden variety of noun phrases, which function as Ground in a spatial situation, but form a more or less tightly knit paradigm of their own that may obey rules that are--perhaps only slightly--different from those that govern Ground noun phrases in other sentence types such as declaratives.
Other vendors include Debbie's Magical Gardens, The Garden Variety and Dawn Cawthra Jewelry.
The newest bar in Minneapolis doesn't stock up on Jack Daniels, Jim Beam or your garden variety of alcoholic beverages.
Problem Solver Beer is a garden variety IPA, but the bottle is designed with a scale on the side to show how much beer should be consumed by a person of a given weight to reach their creative peak.
Having seen those, I know that Comet Holmes was no "great" comet, although I would argue that it was more than a garden variety.
British vehicle and electricity professionals have been developing more powerful charging systems than the garden variety outlet, to allow electric vehicles to have more range without spending more time charging.
And ordinary garden variety black holes - which are as massive as ordinary stars - are harder still to spot, because they are more faint.
This acid and sugar reduction cranks up cocktails' flavors: Here, it complements the heady sugarcane rum in the Garden Variety by Daniel Shoemaker of Portland's Teardrop Cocktail Lounge.
Broadway, is showing "The Notion of Motion," an exhibit of work by Tenold Peterson and Steven Oshatz; large format photographs of marathon runners by Portland photographer Sergio Ortiz; interactive sculpture by Portland sculptor Don MacLane; as well as "Leafscapes & Garden Variety Portraits" by Leslie Terra.
By inserting a foreign gene (factor that controls traits), the researchers were able to genetically engineer a carrot that provides 41 percent more calcium than the garden variety.
From Cher's 1986 Bob Mackie Mohawk hairstyle to Sharon Stone's 1997 Gap T-shirt, Oscar fashion has run the gamut from gorgeous to garish to garden variety.
The idea--which has been developed for inline engines, mainly those with four cylinders--pairs an Eaton M24 supercharger with a garden variety turbocharger with an integral wastegate.