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We used our cameraman’s DSLR camera, my iPhone, and a podcasting microphone that was gathering dust and created a serviceable multi-camera rig.
The hubs are fast-rolling, and the Vault freehub is user-serviceable, should the need arise.
It’s astonishing that a team with such a strong recruiting tradition has been unable to find a serviceable option under center for so long.
You perceive how a man might exercise his mind in the attempt to strike an average of public serviceability in this miscellany!
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Read your Nietzsche, my good fellow, and see what he says about the practical serviceability of Excess!
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He has a sense of the merit of serviceability or efficiency and of the demerit of futility, waste, or incapacity.
The aesthetic serviceability of objects of beauty is not greatly nor universally heightened by possession.
There is a studious exhibition of expensiveness coupled with a make-believe of simplicity and crude serviceability.
Under the resulting standard of serviceability, no article will pass muster on the strength of material sufficiency alone.
Admission to the class is gained by exercise of the pecuniary aptitudes—aptitudes for acquisition rather than for serviceability.

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