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Lenovo (with its aptly named Yoga line) was second in 2014 with 1.9 million.

Think oysters tartare with fennel, and Hamachi with cherries and aptly named cucumber snow.

And thus my answer, that the main (aptly, unspoken) theme of your story is lousy communication.

Fallon aptly called the billionaire a Greek god that just took a bath in a pumpkin spice latte.

Aptly named Office Now, the app has already been leaked and appears to be

different from Cortana.

Britney Spears foretold this leather and lace trend in her song, aptly titled Lace and Leather.

The city of Volcano is aptly named since it lies on the border of Hawai'i Volcanoes National Par

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It is aptly said that illness starts from the mind.

Nowadays he fronts a big band aptly named the Roy Hargrove Big Band.

It is aptly said that necessity is the mother of invention.

Nielsen's book is

aptly titled Usability Engineering, and was published in 1993.

ELEVATION is a combined package of knowledge, learning and fun, thus aptly named so.

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