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tweaking

Vox populi Fine-tuning to produce optimal results
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On arrival, he burst into the classroom where the teacher responsible for Douglas' distress was holding court, although not, I believe, tweaking any ears..
But the culmination of his havoc is Chase's attack, while tweaking, on an innocent family man who is now in intensive care.
Drawing its title from the nickname for Crystal Meth, "tweaking" or "tweaked" is the term used to describe users who are looking for their next hit.
MANCHESTER United chief executive David Gill has confirmed the Old Trafford club are to look at ways of "tweaking" the controversial automatic cup scheme.
The term "tweaking" has many different definitions: 34 according to one Website I found.
Jeremy Fish, Jim Thieband, and Novak have all been tweaking emulsion as well.
Bartels suggests that by merely tweaking properties of molecules or surfaces, researchers might generate various patterns and pore sizes.
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.' But when you add up the tweaks, you've got a dramatic expansion of power."
We are able to do this without tweaking the offense too much, something we couldn't do in a more conventional offensive scheme.