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versatile

adjective able, adaptable, all-around, capable, changeable, gifted, handy, inconstant, many-sided, multifaceted, multipurpose, resourceful, talented
See also: artful, mutable, pliable, protean, resourceful
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There's no doubt that a multi-processor itself is well-suited to the UHD due to its versatility and ability to be adapted to handle many types of applications and materials that can be encountered.
A good deal of the custom application evaluation focuses on equipment versatility.
In addition to the ease of moving over paved surfaces, versatility is another factor that gives wheeled platform machines the edge over tracked, LeBlanc says.
Although many of the detailed protocols will not be applicable to certain laboratory situations, the versatility of most of the methods described will allow them to be easily adapted to other studies.
The John Templeton European Religion Writer of the Year award, inaugurated in 1994, is given for excellence, enterprise and versatility in reporting religion in the secular press, and includes a citation and a cash prize of 3,500 Swiss francs ($2,130 U.
The jury was impressed by the ingenuity and versatility of the strategy.
The acquisition of Versatility underscores Oracle's intent to deliver a call center solution that integrates the entire enterprise -- from front office to ERP.
Two types of information were collected on each salesperson: versatility scores and performance ratings.
Along with quality improvements, increasing production versatility of extrusion equipment ranks high as an effective survival tactic because it allows film processors to roll with fluctuating markets and resin prices.
The most exciting thing is that [this reproductive versatility occurs] in not just one species but a dozen," he says.
The new carts combine safety and functionality to deliver optimal flat panel screen mobility and versatility for multiple applications.
One of the traits that have made excavators so indispensable to demolition contractors and C&D recyclers is the machine's versatility.