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Making things worse, official sign-up websites are clunky and hard to navigate.
Previously, these sorts of deals had to be done via very clunky, direct deals and weren’t automated.
Integrating soft, flexible plant material into robotics could aid in picking up fragile objects that would otherwise be damaged by clunky, rigid graspers, the researchers say.
However, bunny boots are big, heavy, clunky, and are not great for hiking or covering ground.
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Today, Guston’s reputation as one of the most influential painters of the past half-century is built on these raw, clunky figurative paintings — not on the earlier “pictures of nothing.”
Many companies have tried to develop the sci-fi technology over the years, but none have made much of an inroad because of clunky designs, poor displays, high prices, and privacy concerns.
The machines are still clunky, finicky, expensive, and not too practical.
If it’s clunky, or people are to click through 10 different things and go to multiple sites, you lose the user.
A little later, clay pots and other ceramic containers replaced the clunky stone pots and bowls.
He helped fix clunky digital products and streamline the paper’s tech infrastructure from a half dozen tech stacks to a more uniform system.

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