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Whether it’s a too thin or too thick wetsuit, a bikini top that needs constant readjusting, or a hat that won’t stay put, finicky equipment can impact your performance.
They may be more susceptible to damage over time and tend to be more finicky when it comes to even cooking.
They’re typically big and finicky, but the new Asus ROG Flow and its XG Mobile eGPU switch it up.
Some health systems do have experience with keeping finicky vaccines frigid, even in places with limited resources.
Such a vaccine is key to bringing the pandemic to a swift end since it can be more widely distributed than doses with finicky storage requirements.
Both the Moderna and Pfizer formulas have finicky instructions, such as how often the dry ice keeping them cool needs to be replaced and how often each box of vaccines can be opened, Shen says.
He hoped Smith might have an idea about how to work with this finicky virus.
Caring for houseplants is rewarding but something a bit finicky—they each have their own water and light preferences, and grow to need repotting at different times.
Poor folks aint no business to have finicky idees, or tastes, he declared.
Kyowowy means finicky, and applied to the draper by general consent.
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