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On the other hand, the small-batch MT did have a bespoke controlled-fill cast aluminum frame, which must have driven its cost up considerably.
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That means the ultimate destination of the coin is often an over-the-counter trader—a bespoke operation in a country like China that can turn coin into cash, sometimes with no strings attached.
As the hotel, which closed in 2016 for renovations, sourced partners for other bespoke items, such as toiletries, the concept of a house Champagne took hold.
While a specialty cocktail is far from novel—virtually every occasion, from corporate holiday parties to weddings, has its own boozy namesake creation—a bespoke liquor is more unusual.
What’s needed, he says, is a bespoke approach for each bank or payment provider.
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It is the proprietary source code used to build AI models that solve specific problems, create bespoke experiences, and achieve targeted desired outcomes.
A fine handwriting, he said, bespoke the man of audacity and determination; and his own might have been done with a pin.
The less wary patron who bespoke Windsor Forest had to suffer for his jacobite zeal.
A glorious dawn; a very flush of happy youth; the sweeter that it bespoke a warm and early spring.
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