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  • n. The quality or state of being browsable.


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  • Here's my list of factors to take into account: seating for browsers flooring general look of the place temperature, light, smell, noise level browsability of books availability of coffee attitude of security staff

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  • Fisher indicates that encouraging television tagging behavior is part of the company's next step to put "more emphasis on browsability and discoverability," and that "'every large media company has expressed interest in a similar promotion."

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  • However, these massive single documents don't help SEO, browsability or even findability online.


  • Aside from that, the main attractions of the earlier Brewer were its eminent readability, its obscure references, its curiosities, and its browsability.

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  • It’s this weird nexus of collectibility and browsability and nostalgia-crack that made me really excited about this.

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  • Sorry for the somewhat off-topic post, but I just remembered that occasionally people complain about the browsability’ of this site.

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  • "The print product has unique characteristics to it -- portability, browsability, the physical feel of the product itself, the presentation, which people value.

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