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bumpiness


  • n  the texture of a surface that has many bumps

  • Except for her fat period and a bit of mid-marriage bumpiness, Cheryl Tiegs' life seems to have been uncommonly secure and successful from the beginning.
  • Motaki Terai, the project's engineering manager, assures me that bumpiness won't be an issue: "People will be able to drink hot coffee when we start commercial service.
  • Mann's own model, down to the very bumpiness and cantankerousness of the style, is the dramatic monologue as developed by Browning.
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  • Julia Smith in CNN
    The more you examine your breasts, the more likely you are to differentiate between normal hormone-related bumpiness and a potentially precancerous growth,Smith says.
  • Mitt Romney in Boston Globe (registration)
    Asked in a news conference Thursday about the remark, Romney said, "My responsibility with regards to public safety is to tell the truth as I know it, and I don't see how, with slurry walls that gave way, with the bumpiness of the system, with the...

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