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Worth keeping clean while listening to the bells and whistles and the gushing waters of life.
There's no need for bells and whistles, and text also avoids spam filters.
A band that can craft something this sublime doesn't need to lean heavily on bells and whistles to connect--there's nothing here as shameless as their breakthrough cover of "Comfortably Numb"--and they wisely keep glitzy shtick to a minimum throughout the stellar Ta-Dah.
Incidentally, we had no trouble getting married in the United Church of Canada, which, like myself, accepts the ethics, but not the theology, bells and whistles of the mainline denominations.
A straightforward guide to what customers really want, and how to attract and keep them--not with silly bells and whistles, or trivial differences between brands, but rather by offering the solid benefits of good service, on-time delivery, and quality products.
Features that were must-haves for professionals are now pocket-sized multimedia hubs, with bells and whistles even bibliophiles will love (see e-lending story above).
Products appealing to consumers on the higher bell curve will be driven by lots of bells and whistles and continuous changes in product offerings.
But with Friday's sunshine and clear skies, the supervisor decided to forgo the bells and whistles.