bulkiness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  an unwieldy largeness

  • It amplifies electrical impulses just like the vacuum tube, but is free of the vacuum tube's limitations-fragility, bulkiness, high power consumption, short life.
  • Because so many of an amateur's pictures are taken at home or close to home, most of the disadvantages of the current Land camerasthe bulkiness, the throwaway negativesdo .
  • It is solidly built (it has a metal case) and surprisingly trim, while the Aiwa is mostly plastic and clunkier; its battery pack clips on, adding weight and bulkiness.
News & Articles

  • Casemachine’s i5 Slimline Flex (v2) Case is Built to Give a Case-Less Experience of the iPhone
    Casemachine, LLC has come up with a silicone-aluminum hybrid which will give premium fall protection to the iPhone. Casemachine aims to reduce the bulkiness of a normal iPhone case and give a case-less feel thru its latest addition of the new Casemachine i5 Slimline (v2) for Apple iPhone 5. (PRWeb June 10, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10807724.htm
    June 10, 2013 - PRWeb

  • Gary Bettman in Canada.com
    The alleged benefits of steroid use - significant large muscle development - are not consistent with playing hockey at the highest level of the sport,Bettman said, "and the resulting bulkiness attributable to steroid use simply is not the...
  • Gideon Gono in Independent Online
    Gono told the journalists: "The bulkiness of cash that is now being carried by members of the public and the many digits that have to be dealt with by IT systems is causing headaches within the economy. I have been instructed to deal with the matter...

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