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Powell and several other agencies are among about 50 customers of a company called Green Places, which is helping small businesses develop turnkey carbon-neutral solutions.Media Buying Briefing: ‘Accountability is just going to spread’: Agencies agree carbon-neutral goals are a must|Michael Bürgi|September 20, 2021|Digiday
If you’re looking to build your own camper and you’re on a budget, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better or simpler turnkey solution.The Best Gear at Overland Expo Mountain West, from Tool Rolls to Shower Wipes|jeremyr|September 19, 2021|Outside Online
The turnkey nature of Backcountry Discovery maps makes using them almost absurdly easy.
The latter will use 2D and 3D technology to place a brand’s product or logo in the program — as a result, it is “pretty turnkey,” she said.Future of TV Briefing: What Discovery-WarnerMedia signals about the streaming wars|Tim Peterson|May 19, 2021|Digiday
Using existing layouts of the different rooms, it created multiple photo and video rigs, mock living spaces and other turnkey production setups that could be easily modified to suit various content and production needs.Nap rooms, art installations and community farms: Companies have varied plans for spare office space|Jessica Davies|March 30, 2021|Digiday
Silently the turnkey passes the cell, like a flitting mystery casting its shadow athwart a troubled soul.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist|Alexander Berkman
"Wery probable," says the turnkey, smoking his pipe wery fierce, and making believe he warn't up to wot the little man wanted.The Pickwick Papers|Charles Dickens
He had not many visitors, and his only attendant was a prisoner, who was appointed for that purpose by the turnkey.
The turnkey withdrew to a discreet distance, where he remained within call, yet beyond the range of ordinary conversation.
Breathless, exhausted, the free baron marked the conflict now transferred to the turnkey and the jester.