An Amazon facility in Northern Virginia that lost power this week took a chunk of the Internet down with it.
And with each passing month, hybrids account for a larger and larger (albeit still small) chunk of the marketplace.
Israel is set to return a chunk of farmland to its Palestinian owners.
Most scientists who study the Moon think it formed when a huge impact in the early Solar System broke a chunk of Earth off.
A chunk of which, Obama would say, should have gone to the nation anyway.
Charlie took out a chunk of bread, dabbed a spoonful of marmalade on top of it, and gave it to the lad.
I tell ye what you do: Give him a bone or a chunk of tough meat to chaw on.
Do not let the butcher persuade you to get a long, thin piece; insist on a chunk.
The Major pulled his moustache and flicked a chunk of mud from his boot with his whip.
Also, Pete intimated that there was a good chance of prevailing upon the dining-car conductor to throw off a chunk of ice.
To throw; chuck (1830s+)