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Independent front suspension—that still features more articulation than the Wrangler’s solid axle—will endow the Bronco with good ride quality, more capable on-pavement handling, and the ability to travel in a straight line at highway speeds.
Small satellites are coming of age as miniature sensors, electronics, and computers endow capabilities once reserved for bus-sized satellites on satellites the size of a few toasters.
That evolution endowed them with a fairly coarse-grained map isn’t very surprising, given the imperfections of Earth’s magnetic field.
Nearly every bit of it’s explicit in nature, drawn in typical over-the-top, over-endowed Tom of Finland style.
By matching tire pressures across an axle, the Indeflate endows trucks with safer, more predictable handling.
Mr. Nugent was a small man, that is physically, but intellectually was well endowed.
Virginia has been richly endowed with caverns, springs, unusual rock formations and a dense, swampy wilderness.
Thus, Virginia is well-endowed geographically and has many potential resources for future progress.
Naturally endowed with the sweetest disposition, virtue seemed never to cost her any effort.
Both were endowed with unusual attractions of person, spirits invigorated by enthusiasm, and the loftiest heroism.

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