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BEN GIBSON THE stalwart skipper made a series of crucial tackles when the pressure was on in a clunky first half in massive moments that kept under-fire Boro in the game.
Overall, though, when it comes time for businesses to upgrade their employees' hardware, the Pro 3 figures to give Dell, with its clunky laptops, a run for its money.
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
Although it looks hopelessly anachronistic-big, clunky, BNC antenna-it still works and sounds great.
They are both good concepts suffering from a clunky execution.
Bad points: The dialogue is clunky and the plot riddled with holes.
Summary: One of Hong Kong's tallest skyscrapers declined to hold a Dutch charity exhibition of clogs because of worries the clunky footwear would bring bad luck, according to news reports Sunday.
Likewise, the World War II monument, rushed to completion after badgering from big swingers like Tom Hanks and Bob Dole, is a clunky checklist of a memorial that overwhelms with an assault of fountains, flags, plaques, obelisks, and concrete.
Director Glenn Casale and the Alan Jay Lerner estate have not solved the musical's clunky book, and the production -- as conventionally pretty as it often looks -- is frequently dull and fatally miscast.
Though he tries hard to imitate the heroes who constitute the subject of his study, Pearce's prose is often either mushy or clunky.
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.
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