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the papers in the case in good order. English practice has now reached a stage where bundles are used very frequently. Practice varies and in some cases is subject to detailed rules. The great advantage is that there is only one set of papers. Pagination and indexing allow hearings to proceed very quickly and facilitate the writing of judgments.
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The compete tube mill line will be equipped with a coil cart, an in-line coating system, an automated bundler and FD's patented Robotic Roll Changing system.
The nontraded consumption good C and intermediate good X are produced by competitive firms called "bundlers," which combine domestic and imported goods using the technology
The Tekkra 5130 continuous motion bundler for high-speed operation
The Trump campaign announced that it had raised $80 million in July, the bulk of it coming from online and direct-mail appeals rather than from big-time bundlers.
One news story interpreted the lack of major contributions as a sign that the embarrassment caused by other big-donor nominees might lead to the avoidance of bundlers for a time.
While individual contributions are required to be disclosed, the real influence is an important secret only known to the bundlers and the candidates.
Substantial overlap was found between foundation contributors and familiar Clinton campaign donors and money bundlers. Considering the Clintons' popularity and influence in their party, this is no surprise.
Until Friday, the roughly 300 "bundlers,'' whose Rolodexes of friends and business associates matter most in Republican fundraising, looked likely to be fragmented.
She was one of the major "bundlers," or collectors of campaign contributions, for Obama in 2008 and 2012.
Retired Career Ambassador Thomas Pickering and author Nicholas Kralev did so in USA Today (2/27/14), "Take Politics Out of Diplomacy: Let's Stop Pimping American Ambassadorships Out to the Highest Bidder." The authors reminded us that both parties have appointed campaign bundlers and it is not something introduced by the current president.
Politicians rely upon (and work for) 'bundlers' who accumulate massive amounts of capped donations but who only show up as donating the small max on the campaign disclosure filings while we allow unlimited sums of money to be funneled into 'educational non-profits' that are clearly fronts for partisan organizations completely anonymously."
Twenty contributors were "bundlers" for Obama in 2012, meaning they gave up to the legal individual limit and then collected additional money from others.