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1 Fold a piece of paper round the flowers so that they'll be easier to carry.
2 Having a well-thought-out data model, for example, makes it easier to migrate a variety of data sources into your application.
3 Instead, it is a project aimed at making it easier to migrate your database changes while in development from one version of the database to another as the database evolves.
4 You can use this field to name your Linux /home, /usr, /var, and other partitions for easier identification within partitioning software.
5 Whether it's using a local recycle centre or a council-provided green bin, it's never been easier to get your household waste processed back into useful raw materials.
6 Keeping all the information about clients in one place is much easier than synchronizing and duplicating config files.
7 If I have a craving for a snack, I will eat one piece of fresh or three pieces of dried fruit." it will be hard in the beginning, but it will get easier, and that's the whole point.
8 This will make the life of disabled people much easier. Those who can’t move will be able to write email letters and even IM people around the world.
9 An important part of SDO is to make data manipulation easier. So once a data Graph is constructed, it is important to be able to traverse the tree and to access its elements with the SDO API.
10 Shakespeare's plays are often elaborately annotated to make them easier to understand.
11 All these new tools make it easier than ever to ensure code quality, but you do have to know how to use them.
12 Five centuries ago, these mummies were bound into bundles, which resulted in contorted poses but made them easier to carry.
13 Another outstanding Snoop feature is the Name Tags option which allows you to "tag" visitors for easier identification.
14 This is easier than I imagined. As we wander down a hill in the dark, a man on a motorbike pulls up and says: “You rent coat?
15 it easier to say to the sick of the palsy, thy SINS be forgiven thee; or to say, Arise, and take up thy bed, and walk?
16 After a month of making basic grains, fruit, and vegetables into staples using my recipes, you'll find it much easier to plan delicious, satisfying meals.
17 To make it easier to diagnose and solve performance problems in this environment, you need visibility into every layer of the stack.
18 By making it easier to take money out of the country, investors may be enticed to bring more in.
19 Some materials, however, are easier to spin in this way than others, for if the molecules do not stick together, the liquid stream will break up.
20 It's like any habit, though: the more you do it, the easier it becomes.
21 's easier to toss trash in the most convenient place - anywhere - rather than looking for the trash bin.
22 If the two applications have a UUE, the claims representative will be able to go back and forth between the two much easier than if they do not.
23 investment side of ROI can be easier to nail down than the return, as it boils down to what it costs to build and maintain the software product.
24 posture, the bend straightens out, like a kink ringed out of a garden hose, and defecation becomes easier.
25 In these cases, doctors and producers should be responsible because they have much easier access to the relevant information than do patients and consumers.
26 Certainly, when people are laid off during a boom, the loss of income is much smaller, presumably because it is easier for them to find a comparable job before their skills start to be lost.
27 Couldnt you extend the delivery period by... or so? That would make things much easier for us.
28 But it was important that we start to win, because once you start to win, it gets easier.
29 Most Americans have never lied about their age, would find it easier to live without air travel than the Internet and in matters of the heart are romantics, according to a new survey.
30 With his stammer, it was much easier to say "No problem" than to start picking difficulties.