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Definition of Unwieldily
UnwieldilyUnwieldy Un*wield"y, a.
Not easily wielded or carried; unmanageable; bulky;
ponderous. ``A fat, unwieldy body of fifty-eight years old.'
--Clarendon. -- Un*wield"i*ly, adv. -- Un*wield"i*ness,
Meaning of Unwieldily from wikipedia
- years), for long time intervals where stating
of days would
and unintuitive. By convention, the Julian
year is used in the com****tion...
- 1980s, maintaining
a single, centralized
slow and unwieldy
and the emerging network required
an automated naming system
Dawkins, a distinction between agnosticism
on how close
to zero a person
to rate the probability...
- invention—the index
cl****ifications. In Systema
Naturae, the unwieldy names mostly
used at the time, such as "Physalis annua
- The Daily
that "Gamergate has since swelled
into an unwieldy movement
with no apparent
statement, or aims beyond
when the market price
is so high that it becomes unwieldy
when traded. One of the reasons
is that a very high share price
- The site's critical consensus
its plot is admittedly unwieldy
, The Man in the High Castle's second season expands
of 1,031 tanks
each. But these large armoured formations
, and moreover
they were spread
out in scattered
garrisons, with their
Lee of Variety describes
the film as "monumental, if sometimes unwieldy
" and "the saga does share similar sentiments
of survival, grit and triumph...
- market. In 1982, Unilever management decided
to reposition itself
from an unwieldy conglomerate
to a more concentrated
FMCG company. In 1984, Unilever
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