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“The ideal way to take in the full-range of Sylt's man-made pleasures and natural wonders is by bike.”
“My character explains the full-range of capabilities that shapeshifters have, and a lot of people that she's talking to at the time don't even know some of that," says Janina Gavankar, who'll be a love interest for Sam this season.”
“Â With Protean shifters on the loose, the Legionnaires suspect they may be being led into an ambush, U.B. shows that he has the full-range of Kryptonian powers, a strong code against killing, and a heroic nature.”
“While the specialist art room upstairs is one of the largest in the south-west, Topping considers itself to be a general, full-range resource, with stock purchased for quality alone.”
“It is also well established that full-range does not equally good sounding for most people — case in point: the success of Bose.”
“Each speaker has a 3-way system consisted of a woofer, a full-range driver and a tweeter.”
“What we are trying to do is that we are moving from full-range dealerships to product-specific dealerships.”
“A state department official says Clinton will meet with government officials to discuss "a full-range of regional and bilateral issues.”
“When it introduced its first wedding gown in March, White House Black Market trained some call-center operators to handle bride-specific questions, and it put samples in a full-range of sizes into four stores (Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Houston) so shoppers there could try it on.”
“Only recently has the advent of lithium-ion batteries brought a full-range electric car into the realm of the practical.”
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