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The higher polynomials grow in degree, the more unwieldy they become.
That seems relatively straightforward, but throw local laws into the mix and the standards become a lot more unwieldy.
Every election cycle, critics lament how unwieldy, ugly, or downright confusing the voting form is.
Investors flew from the Bay Area to Florida and signed strict non-disclosure agreements so they could strap on unwieldy prototypes.
I suspect Fitbit learned its lesson about unwieldy watch designs with the Ionic.
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Typically, due to unwieldy long-term lease agreements, agencies are more likely to cut staff than office space during a downturn.
But he found the weapon unwieldy, and he returned to his hotel a sadder man than he left it.
His body had grown unwieldy from years and lack of exercise, and his clothes were old-fashioned and, generally, dusty.
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His gunners pelted the unwieldy budgerows with round shot until they began to sink.
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The women, likewise, are very tall, but too muscular—they might even be termed unwieldy.

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