Useful for those at-work times.
Useful for test and development.
Useful for including inline CSS.
Your bravado may impress your wife but not useful for the emancipation of the people.
According to me, each and every tip of yours is important and useful for the interview.
Elevating women within Hui-style Islam proved productive and useful for the community, and the practice flourished.
Useful in leadership positions.
Really useful in addition to smart.
It'll come in useful in the Future.
With this exception, blood sampling is extremely useful in the management of epilepsy.
Useful in everyday life (80%) Examples of responses are: - Yes, for general knowledge.
However, these later meetings are extremely useful in terms of thinking about structure.
This will be useful in terms of figuring out which of the always-polling apps is hitting your 3G dongle the hardest.
This classification is not quite satisfactory, but it does present a broad grouping that is useful in many contexts.
The film proved useful to the U.
This could be useful to the EGI.
Useful to Akin as a politician 2.
On that point, she is highly useful to the establishment, not so much to the Republic.
True; but geometry is not useful to the calico-printer, nor chemistry to the carpenter.
To enable the content of the slides to be reused, if it is felt to be useful to others.
Make useful website content: Make sure that your website content is interesting and useful to the targeted audience.
Such mercantile states, however, are not only useful, but greatly useful to the inhabitants of those other countries.
He is useful as a concrete parachute.
IE may be useful as a polishing step.
A list is useful as a collection tool.
It's morally and politically bankrupt, and is only useful as a historical perspective.
Best of all, it also allows you to earn money and is very useful as well as fun to use.
The tutorial is written using VB3!, it covers most aspects of using VB3 and is useful as a reference to this course.
This too can be useful at times.
He could be mightily useful at No.
I'd told I can be quite useful at times.
Note: Inviting people from other cultures to these events can also be useful at times.
The scripts are also useful by themselves.
The NEHRS may start being useful by the end of the year.
That makes the Pi more open and more useful by definition.
Producers competed to make their machines the most useful by providing the best software.
Aposematism: evolving a type of protective coloration found to be useful by other species.
They can also prove useful by outlining organizing principles and proposing initiatives for Member States, says McHenry.
Very useful during the transition.
Useful during the celebration of the.
That may be useful during these next few months.
I found this really useful during the world championships in Weymouth, August 2009.
So, I find this particular method of organization useful during the times that I am employing my discriminating eye.
It was the knowledge that Fox acquired during his visit to France that enabled him to be so useful during the peace.
You can learn something useful from anyone.
It will be useful from a diagnostics perspective.
This can be very useful from poem to poem as well.
But please let me know if there is anything I can do that might be useful from here.
Still, it's an incredible improvement and insanely useful from the moment you have it.
Probably useful on the weekend.
Useful on its own isn't enough.
However, still useful on occasion.
A zoom lens can be extremely useful on safari and the minimum recommended size is 200mm.
Projectbrainsaver (BrainSpace) is designed to be useful on multiple levels and, therefore, profitable, on many levels.
It can be equally useful with adults.
Go do something useful with your life.
The -y option is often useful with this.
Just two days of working on something useful with other people has given her energy.
Sites like ShakeOut will also become useful with all the links to regional agencies.
Every one of these is anticipated to regulate the performance making it more useful with the anticipated condition.