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  • Posted March 19, 2009 at 3: 31 pm | Permalink this is really a great design table that is so multi-functionable.

    Case Coffee Table

  • I have a Gateway that was custom built with a 19 'flat screen monitor, in black and silver, so it looks cool as well as being highly functionable.

    Magic Machine

  • Just because it's 2008, doesn't mean you can't live a functionable life without one.

    Do you still need a landline? | Sync Blog

  • We're doing everything we can, from bringing new technology to the police department, putting more money into the police department, fixing precincts to make sure they are functionable, making sure the cops have the things they need to do their jobs, putting more cops on the street, on just the crime prevention-side.

    CNN Transcript Aug 8, 2007

  • They're functionable as they are, but they'd look better with the curved heel.

    demolition report

  • Van Niekerk said he believed the bill would have to be reviewed soon to make it make it more effective and functionable.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Justice and should be functionable by October 1 this year, Mr

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The finished plant would probably turn out to be poorly planned, too expensive and, at best, marginally functionable - all of which would disappoint the user and spoil the prospects for the construction of additional plants.

    1. An introduction to biogas technology

  • I saw that the dog was a mistake, and not functionable: we must try something else; something, if possible, that could evoke sentiment, interest, feeling.

    The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories

  • "Does she seem to be in full and functionable possession of her intellectual plant, such as it is?"

    Christian Science

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