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bulky

adjective A popular term referring to an increased muscle mass resulting from weight lifting
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The bulky waste collection suspension leaves many households without the means to move unwanted items from their homes or driveways.
Bulky Bob's manager, Mick Hart, said: "When we started the job, there were 15,000 items of old furniture waiting for us in the old staff car park.
The charge for up to three bulky items will be PS15 with a PS5 fee for each additional item.
From November 12, the city council's bulky waste collection will move from a Saturday-only service to Monday to Friday.
The Centre for Waste Management, Abu Dhabi, launched the 'Bigger Waste Needs Bigger Efforts' campaign on Tuesday to educate residents on proper disposals of old furniture, electronics and other bulky discarded objects.
Cllr Berni Turner, Liverpool City Council's executive member for the environment, formally signed the new contract with Bulky Bob's chief executive, Shaun Doran, on the stage at the opening of the annual conference of LARAC, (Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee).
CB and CG series granulators feature tangential chambers and scissor-cutting open rotors for grinding bulky parts up to 1000 lb/ hr.
He says his design has better weight displacement of the apparatus making it easier to do a piggyback rescue than with the bulky cylinder of a conventional pack.
Since 2003, Councilman Cardenas' cleanup effort has resulted in the removal of 4,600 tons of bulky items and trash from Valley streets.
The leaflet regarding special bulky rubbish collections clearly states that rubbish should be put out before 8.
Studies for Castle Morpeth Council in the mid 1990s found substantial leakage of trade in furniture, carpets, domestic appliances and other DIY and bulky goods from the Morpeth area to Newcastle, Ashington and Cramlington.
According to the Times, police "will naturally choose to search the bags of those people who appear suspicious, like those wearing bulky clothes in warm weather.