Related to Uniformal: Uniform distribution


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"Before the app, our sales staff were compiling their data using individual spreadsheets, but now they are able to access uniformal data from a variety of global locations including our own UK, Ireland and Scandinavian teams.
"If it meant getting more club games with guys, once it's uniformal across all counties and everyone was on an even playing then yeah, that'd be something that I think lads would generally welcome, especially club players who don't see too much of county players throughout the year," said O'Sullivan.
The signs of that ambitious design could be seen not only on the marked public spaces, but in the housing estates too, where in the interiors of urban blocks, (Figs 12, 13) or in the surrounding of special building lots called "uszotelek" (5) green areas provided a really pleasant microenvironment with their uniformal pattern language, toolbar and materials.
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