The word bulk is a noun. Bulk means (1) the property possessed by a large mass, (2) the property of something that is great in magnitude, (3) the property resulting from being or relating to the greater in number of two parts; the main part.
Bulk is also a verb that means (1) cause to bulge or swell outwards, (2) stick out or up.
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Check out this bottled and bulk water retailer directory for information about bottled water and bulk water retailers in the United States. The photo on this web page depicts bottled water.
Sympa is an open-source mailing list software package. The software is able to build mailing lists based on RDBMS (many supported databases) and LDAP directories. Some of its more advanced features are a bulk emailer, service messages and web pages defined by templates, external antiviral plug-in, and much more. The website describes the program, downloading it, service, and other users.
Duke Realty's (DRE) construction of a bulk warehouse on a speculative basis seems a strategic fit as the Central DuPage submarket enjoys solid leasing activity for being closer to downtown Chicago.
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Germany's road vehicle authority suspects emissions control devices are being used in the bulk of Mercedes owner Daimler's new Euro 6 diesel car fleet, encompassing 1 million vehicles, a newspaper said.
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