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  • adj. able to be customized


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  • The winning posters will be distributed over the Internet in customizable PDF templates to schools across the land, with help from a network of other non-profits.

    Teaching kids to stay cyber-safe

  • I'd like an Alfons Mucha style layout, preferably but not necessarily with some sort of fantasy-based theme. 'course, I also want LJ to actually be customizable, which is asking too much.


  • Although the idea of customizable cases are not new to the market or even iFrogz, the MyFrogz series allows personalization of both the top and bottom portions separately. iFrogz sent us a review unit that we designed ourselves.

    Skatter Tech

  • The main feature of 3.0 includes what's called a customizable custodian response analysis. - All News

  • "They were completely customizable, which is also why they cost more," Dreste explained. Top News Headlines

  • CalPIRG's focus has been campaigning for so-called customizable textbooks that circumvent the publishing companies.

  • - We're all accustomed to the idea of customizable faceplates for phones or even computers.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • The company is also toying with the idea of customizable interior door panels featuring interchangeable graphics. --

  • Everything from background and text colour to header and footer images are customizable, meaning you can easily tweak the look of your Firefox window without so much as restarting.

    Thursday, September 11, 2008 | Lifehacker Australia

  • As it happens, Republic, the very company that brought you the "customizable" mail-order "fixie," is now branching out into Dutch bikes:

    To Whom It May Concern: Letting Things Take Care of Themselves


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