well-designed

well-designed

adj
(well designed when postpositive) artistically or skilfully planned, esp for a particular purpose
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All well-designed and properly-operated water treatment plants can handle variations in raw water turbidities and microbial loadings.
The three and four-bedroom detached homes are attracting the most interest with the Ellerby Helmsley designs being particularly popular but all the homes are very well-designed and equally stylish.
A deposit return scheme can work - a well-designed scheme.
This paper addresses the key elements found in well-designed teachers' workspaces, including both classroom- and office-based workspaces; and highlights important development principles when designing these workspaces.
A police constable, a parks officer and a town planner are amongst eight people who have been awarded travel scholarships by CABE Space to learn how a well-designed space can benefit the community it serves.
We have added every convenience conceivable for observant Jewish families, but the apartments are so well-designed that our buying audience is potentially unlimited.
A well-designed plan provides peace of mind for the resident, as well as family members and loved ones, that his or her wishes dictate how care is delivered.
The Well-Designed Global R&D Network; Thomas Goldbrunner, Yves Doz, Keeley Wilson, and Steven Veldhoen; Strategy & Business; May 2006; http://www.
In a well-designed government-sponsored study, researchers randomly assigned 225 men with moderate-to-severe symptoms to take either saw palmetto (160 mg twice a day) or a placebo.
CELEBRATING THE AMERICAN HOME: This book highlights 50 of the most well-designed houses in North America, handpicked by a panel of architects who sifted through 400 houses that were featured in a series of books published by the Taunton Press over the last 10 years (Taunton Press; $34.
A well-designed program can recover enough hard-dollar savings to pay the entire operating expenses of the internal audit department.
A well-designed IT system greatly reduces clinician stress levels.