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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of finetune.


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  • Researchers know that vasopressin released by the pituitary finetunes the body's water content and blood pressure.

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  • Full Story »Facebook finetunes news feeds from friends Facebook recently unveiled a revamp on its Lists feature.

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  • All these engender investors 'confidence and finetunes decision-making.

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  • It proves to be a fascinating insight into how an AFL club in an elite facility finetunes itself for the season. | Top Stories

  • I hope the next release finetunes the annotation functions (text wrap, font etc) and a tagging system similar to how to delicious does tagging ... anyway, ive listed suggestions on the application forum so i wont repeat them all here.

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  • Hamburg-based finetunes, one of the leading independent European distributors for digital music and audio content, have just called Last. fm to order.


  • TiVo’s IP is worth a whole lot more down the road, as the market matures – and TiVo finetunes its business models.

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