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  • noun The state or condition of being adjustable.


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  • The adjustability is a boon on a display in this price range, because most of its competitors ship models without height adjustment and pivot capabilities - the former is a feature we believe is incredibly important on a screen of this size.


  • I tried a Baby Bjorn with the padded straps and extra adjustability, and tried out a couple other sling type carriers at a store (with son in tow) and nothing else seemed to work quite as well on my small frame.

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  • The only problem is as soon as you buy one they come out with another one with more adjustability and cleaning pad shapes so you can get into tighter and odd-shaped corners.

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  • The No. 1 most-requested feature is comfort; adjustability is No. 2, he says.

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  • These clubs are hitting the market after an R&A rule change in 2008 allowed adjustability beyond club-head weight.

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  • Otherwise, like Caley, I love the stopping power, modulation, adjustability, and overall smoothness of these when set up on the higher-power narrow-stance configuration.

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  • They are powerful enough for this reformed mountain biker, with good modulation, low weight, loads of clearance in both narrow and wide configurations, and lots of adjustability.

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  • "People are filing patent applications about grip adjustability, adjustability of the shaft or face stiffness, or the sole," says U.S. golf patent lawyer and blogger David Dawsey.

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  • They are surprisingly easy to set up, and offer impressive levels of adjustability.

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  • Future clubs could have more adjustability than the loft, lie or club-head face angle.

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