effortless work

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The spacious work area in the PR 766 provides the best conditions for effortless work.
Ground speed has been increased and a new steering geometry means that negotiating trees in an orchard or cutting around flower borders is fast and effortless work.
And he's a prodigious young talent, making effortless work of Beethoven's masterful but technically demanding 'Emperor' piano concerto.
6 HP low maintenance engine powers four ground-breaking, revolving tines, each with six angled "teeth", to make fast, almost effortless work of breaking up and turning over soil up to 20cm deep by 25cm wide in a single pass (8" x 93/4").
6 HP low maintenance engine powers four groundbreaking, revolving tines, each with six angled "teeth", to make fast, almost effortless work of breaking up and turning over soil up to 20cm deep by 25cm wide in a single pass (8" x 93/4").
For effortless work chic, team a light blouse (try Phase Eight or French Connection) with a pair of sleek trousers in black or French navy.
Els is known as The Big Easy because he makes such effortless work of swinging the club and retains his balance throughout.
A light clutch and smooth gearchange make effortless work and the electrically assisted steering takes the pain out of parking without being too light on the open road.
Some are done purely as abstract sketches in cubist blocks of pale colours, while other landscapes painted near Honfleur or Boulogne show Bonington's effortless work on heart-rendingly lovely skies,where his soft flow of limpid colour is perfect for the thing he was trying to bring on to paper.
The lightness of the clutch eases the positive gearchange and factor in the standard power steering and disc/drum brakes and you have a package which makes effortless work of city driving and is good for open roads as well.
Cast reps a distinctive collection of faces and effortless work from the leads and non-pros in support.