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clunky

mod. ponderous and inefficient. I got rid of all the clunky stuff. Now it’s lean and mean.
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Jenson Button expressed disappointment on Saturday at the progress made on his clunky McLaren, but said he took some satisfaction in qualifying ahead of the Red Bulls.
WARFARE Z The game is set in a Dubai beset by guerrillas SHOOTER Z The thoughtful game is weakened by shooting mechanics that feel clunky and fraught at times
They are both good concepts suffering from a clunky execution.
The clunky heap of black padding she once used to transport her laptop can be a thing of the past.
A quirky, acrobatic, almost cartoonish portrayal of a push-pull romantic relationship--in which the woman wears a short red dress and clunky Doe Martens boots--Gimme's theatrical gimmick involves a length of rope that often tethers the woman to her partner.
Q:] A falcon flying at 50 miles an hour spots a duck flying at 30 miles an hour and a pigeon flying at 20 miles an hour, in that clunky, flaring weird-bird way that pigeons fly, you know how they careen through the air sometimes like someone hit them with a broomstick?
The site has lots of examples, one or two of which are so clunky and bolted together that you wince.
It's quite nice to have eight tracks and some arguably professional effects options (like variable reverb), but the interface is clunky and the operation is a little unstable.
Like in the larger vacant space, drop ceilings had been banished exposing a network of snakelike ventilation shafts, large and admittedly somewhat clunky looking, but possessing an antique charm and retro aesthetic that contributed to the chic atmosphere.
2) make Part D less complicated--tot example, by having only one, simple, comprehensive, directly Medicare-run drug plan that covers all FDA-licensed, investigational new and newly approved drugs, without clunky prior authorization or "whether-it's-covered" appeal red tape and hassles:
Great horned owls have fearsome beaks and talons but are "big and clunky," says Templeton.
Yet the four sculptures exhibited this time around were merely clunky hybrids of kitschy Cubism and craft.
You buy a ticket and discover you've been suckered into another bad indie with weak acting and clunky dialogue.
In those years, it seemed almost de rigueur for Japan's trendy young white-collar types to get their scuba certification, a big clunky diver's watch and a semi-permanent tan.
The problem is, the vast majority of consumers don't want to carry a clunky Geiger counter to the supermarket, because life is hard enough as it is.