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tweaking

Vox populi Fine-tuning to produce optimal results
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The Acceptable Ads feature further reinforces it by letting users see the relevant ads by defining criteria and tweaking its settings according to their preferences.
In no uncertain terms, Rupert explained to the teacher that should he tweak either of Douglas' delicate ears ever again he would return to administer a terrible tweaking of the teacher's ears.
If the aforementioned formal process development and optimization work is performed, the process monitored using SPC, and the concepts of common cause and special cause variation understood, then we should be adamant about never tweaking the printing process.
With some tweaking, could nearsightedness and astigmatism be treated as well?
It helps to have Blackberry In A Snap, which covers the BlackBerry 7100 series and offers a teach-yourself workbook format lending to tweaking and do-it-yourself programming.
Another time issue that often appears during the later stages of implementation revolves around templates, with some companies spending more time tweaking the aesthetics of the templates than actually building them.
Moskovsky Komsomolets commemorated Putin's birthday by tweaking the Putin cult in an editorial cartoon.
They say, 'We already have these powers; we're just tweaking them.
We are able to do this without tweaking the offense too much, something we couldn't do in a more conventional offensive scheme.
There are funds available this year but when you look at our team it is about tweaking rather than massive rebuild," Kenyon said.
With a little tweaking and redefinition of terms, "academic value added"--or AVA--was born.