definition for every
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The origin of the idiom “every picture tells a story” is fairly indistinct and unidentified till now. If you have any idea about it’s origin or meaning please share in comments.
Any insight on how I can achieve this, if this is even possible ?
I might have missed something but from every how-to/guides I’ve read, it seems you have to add a definition in your tiles.xml file for every page that is going to be decorated with your layout.
Every reasonable effort shall be made to protect and preserve archaeological resources affected by or adjacent to any project.
Every reasonable effort shall be made by workmen to proceed with the work as described in these specifications in a manner accepted in trade circles as the highest level of workmanship.
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