"There's this tight community that is actually doing the bulk of all the editing," he said.
To increase their LSAT medians, law schools have shifted the bulk of scholarship awards away from need-based to merit-based.
Both Just Label It and the Non-GMO Project receive the bulk of their donations from natural foods companies.
Occasionally a political link or note appears, but they hardly comprise the bulk of the posts.
The immediate explanation is that the bulk of the cases arise from car stops.
Each seat holds two persons, but with some difficulty if either has any amplitude of bulk.
The brig loaded with cocao, in bulk, at Guayaquil, and sailed for Cadiz.
The small amount of ingesta entering the duodenum in these diseases diminishes the bulk of fecal matter.
The Wood-Rat has the head and tail of a common rat, but has the bulk and length of a cat.
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.