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In the app, people use a smartphone camera to scan the codes — which are funky, colorfully patterned squares — to hear the information stored within them.
Some outdoorsy types have even made them look pleasantly funky with a pair of shorts.
The funky disco beats of “Rain on Me” by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, for example, sounded slightly louder from the Echo than the Nest speaker.
Using the Nest Audio, I found that the funky bass lines of “Night Fever” by the Bee Gees came through clearly, without sounding muffled.
Open Instagram and you’ll see pages dedicated to the funkiest of nail styles.
THE UNLIKELY HISTORY OF ACRYLIC NAILSJOSHUA EFERIGHESEPTEMBER 30, 2020OZY
It has a funky and eclectic vibe, and is known for its eclectic galleries and music venues, and it offers an excellent selection of restaurants, shops, and entertainment options.
Each knew the other wasn't going to be the first to admit that he was funky.
Even Tiny catches on after a while, because I see him put down that funky old pistol I gave him that he's been loving up.
Do you know, Cicely, I've always had a funky feeling that if I ever proposed my glass eye would drop out!
SIMONJ. STORER CLOUSTON
There was such a thing as funk; but there was nothing to make that fellow funky in any special way.
VICTORYJOSEPH CONRAD

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