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achieved without great effort

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Playing Aileen was hands-down the most challenging thing I've ever done.
MiniMed is the hands-down leader and essentially the only company in the market,'' Kruger said.
Add to this greater color range, crisper detail, and a 50% decrease in both encoding times and CPU usage over WM9 and you have a hands-down winner in both quality and efficiency.
Ilgauskas had four dunks during the rookie game on his way to scoring 18 points, Tracy McGrady of Toronto, at 18 the youngest player in the league, had a spectacular windmill jam to start his string of three straight stuffs and Bobby Jackson of Denver was the hands-down winner of Dunk of the Night for catching an alley-oop pass from Rodrick Rhodes off the backboard and - despite being 6-foot-1 - going big-time airborne for a windmill finish that may have been the individual highlight of the night.
Editor Jim Bruene said, "Charter One is our hands-down winner for 2002 with its pioneering fyiAlerts, a triggered alert service that sends messages about balance levels or account activity.
When Radio Ink's editorial board sat down to select the magazine's Executive of the Year, Lew Dickey quickly emerged as our hands-down favorite.
But, their proven track record, reputation for integrity, and understanding of our industry made them the hands-down choice.
Oracle is, hands-down, the best database technology on the market," said Huff.
IBM is, hands-down, the global leader in providing customers mainframe technology solutions, and our merger demonstrates their confidence that we provide significant resource extensions for OS/390 users," said Accessible Software President Jim Tagliareni.