superconvenient

superconvenient

(ˌsuːpəkənˈviːnɪənt)
adj
highly convenient
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DON'T HANG LAUNDRY TO DRY OUTDOORS Sure, being able to hang washing out to dry in the garden during spring and summer is superconvenient but, for hay fever sufferers, it's a no-no, as by the time it's dry, your laundry could be coated in pollen.
While you may not be able to banish it from your home entirely, these steps will certainly help DON'T HANG LAUNDRY TO DRY OUTDOORS Sure, being able to hang the washing out on the line during spring and summer is superconvenient but for hay fever sufferers, it's a no-no, as by the time it's dry, your laundry could be coated in pollen.
WHERE AND WHY A converted 19th century warehouse, it's just yards from Manchester's main Piccadilly station, so superconvenient for rail travellers.
And typically, because it's being packaged for men, it will be easy and superconvenient, available as a nasal spray as well as a pill.
Pedestrians, on the other hand, can only focus on one thing at a time; trying to stay alive -- especially as zebra crossings are often mistaken for superconvenient black-and-white themed parking spots.
"We've found that creating a superconvenient yet private space can make the difference, saving two or more hours of work time, and reducing absenteeism while increasing productivity," she says.