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“But the American George Eastman discovered a way to apply it to celluloid in an easy-to-use roll form.”
“Finally for this Google round-up, the company (perhaps recognising themany hilarities of its automatic translator) has launched a translator tool-kit, which it calls "a powerful but easy-to-use editor that enables translators to bring that human touch to machine translation.”
“At the upper right of the screen is a handsome, easy-to-use feature called Favorites, which highlight recently accessed or added songs, videos, pictures, books and Web bookmarks.”
“Fast-rising commodity costs pose a key challenge to food companies like Sara Lee, which buy raw goods in global markets and then process them into easy-to-use products like instant coffee, precooked sausages and frozen meals.”
“In the interview, Mr. Isaacson also said Mr. Jobs spoke of his desire to make an easy-to-use television set, a project analysts widely expect the company to be working on.”
“Netflix's streaming service, on the other hand, has an easy-to-use user interface.”
“PLUS: An urban-dweller's dream, this simple, easy-to-use grill has many of the features of a larger appliance but would fit on most fire escapes.”
“Consumer Reports has not tested these particular faux finishes, but in our past reviews of specialty paints, metallic products proved easy-to-use and durable.”
“The store carries all the finest equipment -- and its staff of engineers will work with customers and their architects to design an easy-to-use system, with one remote control!”
“Light and compact, the new EPIC and EPIC 100 are easy-to-use, providing users with new features to enhance the photography experience.”
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