from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Imperfections in velveteens and similar fabrics.
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If we had any major gripe with the changes, it's that working with the iPad makes it easier to change some settings-in particular, the guitar and bass settings-on the fly.
It's not intended as a tool for academic study, he notes, and it doesn't work in some settings-in a sector where a firm has a monopoly, or in some business-to-business sectors, where a question about whether repeat purchases are likely to be more relevant.
Yes, you can improve matters by lowering settings-in FC2, for example, we could reach 31.2fps at 1366x768 by turning all the quality settings to low.
The study was carried out in hospitals in both high and lower income settings-in Ifakara
Or maybe those patrons fear a gay agenda promoting tolerance of homosexual people in all settings-in churches, schools, etc.