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The water flowed faster down the smooth hill than the bumpy hill.
The landing strip, no more than half a mile from the camp is less bumpy than some and is one of perhaps two dozen spread around the huge reserve 200 miles long and 50 miles wide.
NASDA and National Aeronautical Laboratory engineers added some modifications to the vehicle to reduce the bumpy effects.
Not only is Goodyear the first tire company to use bumpy bar codes, it is the first company in any industry to use the technology on a large scale.
Professional trials rider James Dabill handed Charlie his awards at a Bumpy end of season presentation this week.
It s such a bumpy track and the ride on our car was quite poor," Hamilton told reporters in the paddock at the Singapore Grand Prix.
It was bumpy and windy and didn't make for good football.
A lump, swelling or bumpy areas that feel different to the rest of your breast tissue.
As your guy friend found out, the area feels bumpy, dry and sandpapery.
There are lots of bumpy formations on the ceiling of Lake Louise.
After a bumpy debut that included two shelved albums and an unceremonious dismissal by major record label A&M, she bounced back with a Grammy nomination (2002's 1000 Kisses); cover turns by luminaries including Bette Midler, Emmylou Harris, and the Dixie Chicks (she also served as the Chicks' opening act during their Fly Tour 2000); and now her third solid release on Dave Matthews's ATO imprint, on which she sounds better and digs deeper than ever before.
We still love each other enough to get over the tiffs and bumpy patches we've hit from time to time.
A ride through the rainforest trails is an undulating, bumpy, yet thrilling experience.
Rhodri Morgan leads the largest party so he has the right to form an administration, but it is likely to be a bumpy ride,'' said Mr German.