convenient tool

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  • But you are a convenient tool, ready to hand, and I use you for the Church's service! Cited from The Master-Christian, Marie Corelli
  • Many-sorted structures are often used as a convenient tool even when they could be avoided with a little effort.
  • What a convenient tool the young man is. Cited from The King's Jackal, by Richard Harding Davis
  • I looked about me in search of some convenient tool with which to ply the felon's trade. Cited from The Beetle, by Richard Marsh
  • The Statutes at Large, however, is not a convenient tool for legal research.
  • Since its establishment, Diplomacy Monitor was quickly recognized as a convenient tool for research in international issues.
  • Mac has a convenient tool built into it called the Multi-Touch trackpad.
  • Therefore, Simulink is also a convenient tool for the design of closed loop controlled electrical systems.
  • The exterior algebra also has many algebraic properties that make it a convenient tool in algebra itself.
  • Raziel, being indestructible would be a convenient tool for the Elder God, and thus not his agent at all.
  • Hence path loss is a convenient tool; it represents a hypothetical received-power loss that would occur if the receiving antenna were isotropic.
  • The Next Web described Fayve as "a really convenient tool for movie buffs."
  • Also in 2D systems cyclotron resonance is a convenient tool to study polaron effects.
  • He felt that the Ostrich feathers made a convenient tool for cleaning up the machines at the broom factory.
  • It betokens a blasphemous disrespect for God Himself, represented by that name which is made a convenient tool to further every vulgar end. Cited from Explanation of Catholic Morals, by John H. Stapleton
  • The simple form of this algorithmic trader allows it to serve as a convenient tool to explore and identify properties that can be attributed to various kinds of market institutions.
  • Initially they were considered a convenient tool to generate the solutions of the quantum Yang-Baxter equation.
  • These so-called peace commissioners, without doubt, used Greeley as a convenient tool, and exhibited him as Don Quixote, riding forth upon a windmill enterprise. Cited from The Battle of Principles, by Newell Dwight Hillis
  • In the field or garden a hole is made for each plant with the hand, a stick or dibber or any convenient tool, the roots of the plant are carefully placed in it and the soil is pressed about them. Cited from The First Book of Farming, by Charles L. Goodrich
  • Masinissa was a courageous prince, but a convenient tool for the Romans. Cited from History of Rome from 476 AD, by Robert F. Pennell
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