For the brands doing big volume, the formula is: buy tankers of bulk juice, and slap a label on it.
"There's this tight community that is actually doing the bulk of all the editing," he said.
I don't mean yachts or ferries, but proper working ships: cargo and container and bulk and gas and oil, the ones we no longer see.
Occasionally a political link or note appears, but they hardly comprise the bulk of the posts.
The bulk of the video was of photographs and paraphernalia Young said she found in plain sight on a kitchen counter.
Each seat holds two persons, but with some difficulty if either has any amplitude of bulk.
His first impression was a jumble—eyes, scurrying movement, and bulk.
The small amount of ingesta entering the duodenum in these diseases diminishes the bulk of fecal matter.
That was the year, it seems, when the bulk of the list—587 of the 659 items—was made out.
Thus have I, asked by thee, narrated to thee why Vindhya doth not increase in bulk, by reason of the power of Agastya.
mid-15c., "a heap," earlier "ship's cargo" (mid-14c.), from a Scandinavian source akin to Old Norse bulki "a heap; ship's cargo," thus "goods loaded loose" (perhaps literally "rolled-up load"), from Proto-Germanic *bul-, from PIE root *bhel- (2) "to blow, inflate, swell" (see bole).
Meaning extended by confusion with obsolete bouk "belly" (from Old English buc "body, belly," from Proto-Germanic *bukaz; see bucket), which led to sense of "size," first attested mid-15c.
"swell, become more massive," 1550s (usually with up), from bulk (n.). Related: Bulked; bulking.