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For Bessemer and Cheatham, the investment speaks to broader opportunities to identify specific populations that need care tailored to their specific experience.
Still, if you’re holding out for tall, brown, and handsome in a fabulously tailored suit, perhaps Page could one day be your guy.
That allows us to create tailored experiences for the customer and also allows us to directly target that customer in new ways when they come back to the restaurant.
This percussive massage gun is powerful enough to melt away even the worst knots, and its Bluetooth capabilities mean users can follow tailored programs to optimize their massaging experience.
When the Milken event happens in person in Los Angeles, it is a high-wattage barrage of tailored suits, bright ties, and liberal dollops of hair product.
A really handsome man, immaculately attired in the finest tailored clothes and in the fashion of the day.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
Everything would be favorable; it was balmy and beautiful spring weather now, and Nature was all tailored out in her new clothes.
And still behind her a severe-faced young woman in a tailored suit was drawing her skirts away from two almost naked pickaninnies.
THE SUNBRIDGE GIRLS AT SIX STAR RANCHELEANOR H. (ELEANOR HODGMAN) PORTER
I avowed that there people were more interesting to me than the carefully tailored professors and students.
But Barney's right hand, slid idly into the pocket of his well-tailored coat, was resting on a twenty-five caliber revolver.
GONE FISHINGJAMES H. SCHMITZ

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