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versatile

(vûr′sə-təl, -tīl′)
adj.
1. Capable of doing many things competently.
2. Biology Capable of moving freely in all directions, as the loosely attached anthers of certain flowers.

ver′sa·tile·ly adv.
ver′sa·til′i·ty (-tĭl′ĭ-tē), ver′sa·tile·ness (-təl-nĭs, -tīl′-) n.

versatile

Sexology
Referring to a gay or bisexual who is both anal receptive or anal insertive in his sexual preference.
 
Vox populi
Multitalented, resourceful.

versatile

(of ANTHERS) having the filament attached near the centre so as to allow movement.
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Potential licensees in the headwear products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Johnson Versatile Headwear on a worldwide basis.
Offering another first to the market, Versatile range reaffirms RAK Ceramic's title as a trendsetter.
However, if used and maintained properly, grapples, grabs and buckets can provide years of versatile work in C&D recycling applications as well as demolition.
The RealView Versatile family enables ASIC development with performance equivalent to the final environment," said Mark Snook, product manager, Real View Hardware Solutions, ARM.
Time tested and versatile, the loans deliver strategic financing at competitive terms, allowing companies in all industries to achieve operational flexibility through the value of their assets.
Any time we can gain an additional blocker and maintain our base principles, we ensure a more versatile scheme.
Enthusiastic retailers have asked Natuzzi to bring more of its 500 or so frames into the Versatile family.
The Versatile Precision Ag System, or VPAS[TM], will include a combination of Raven's SCS consoles, Cruizer[TM] guidance system, Envizio Pro[TM] and Viper Pro[TM] field computers, and SmarTrax[TM] assisted steering products.
Also with the new migration Wizards, it is possible to in a quick way migrate to the system and thereby replace old systems with vSEC:CMS K-Series," said Joakim Thoren, CEO, Versatile Security
With this joined concern, market leading smart card management system vSEC:CMS from Versatile Security is presented to IDK Sistemas' customers in the region.
Albright is younger, faster and far more versatile, but Berhalter has been there before - he started two games in 2002 - and provides cover in the middle should injury or yellow cards cost the Americans Eddie Pope or Oguchi Onyewu.
Because versatile attachments are part of what make excavators so useful, another general principle to guide one's choice is how the machine handles those attachments.

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