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- There are accessories and battery options available to make them even more versatile.
- The company recognizes the need for hybrid extrudables with unitary construction to function in versatile, custom configurations.
- They're versatile everyday working tools that are large and rugged enough for any task.
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- And when content creation and experience matters, the personal computer remains a remarkably versatile tool.
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- ‘They're versatile, they're tasty and they're good for you,’ she said.
- Despite large scale poaching, the versatile cat adapts well to a changing environment, as can be seen in its growing population.
- Who knew stretchy fabric could be so versatile?
- Sarod seems a more versatile instrument adapting itself to every and any kind of raga when the brothers play it.
- Professional armies were expected to be versatile enough to adapt as needed to the enemies they faced.
- His musical instrument is versatile enough for most melodies.
- But they are a ride like no other and are versatile enough to be both a novice's toy and a skater's challenge.
- The plant's flexibility in product selection makes it versatile enough for many different types of contractors.
- Soup is versatile enough to be eaten at every meal.
- Chardonnay and to a slightly lesser extent Syrah, for example, are extremely versatile.
- Here are just ten uses to which you could put this highly versatile software.
- The porch plan is versatile enough to be altered to almost any size ranging from eight to 10 feet wide and from 12 to 24 feet long.
- Automating backups is a simple matter using the straightforward and versatile tools provided.
- But here's the catch: this amazingly versatile and femme fatale dress costs $150.