In Seattle, a garage served as the hub for a bare-bones book-selling site called Amazon.com, which was launched on July 16, 1995.
But for a bare-bones presentation of Jesus, there sure seems to be a lot of flesh on screen—and what attractive flesh it is.
In Kassel, facing the grand Orangerie palace, Durant's bare-bones structure seems to bear witness to power gone wrong.
Unadorned; spare; minimally accoutered: as it attempts to upgrade its image from a bare-bones discounter
[1970s+; fr the phrase bare bones, ''mere skeleton,'' which is attested fr the 1600s]