Summary judgment was properly entered for the defendant in this slip and fall accident on a public sidewalk.  The trivial defect doctrine applied to shield the city from liability.  The discontinuity between slabs of sidewalk paving over which plaintiff tripped was at most 3/4ths of an inch.  There were no other factors adding to the dangerousness of that condition.  Plaintiff tripped during daylight hours.  There was nothing on the surface concealing the discontinuity.  The fact that the pavement slabs were all of the same color didn’t add to the danger.