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Bundle

A slang term for a large amount of money.

bundle

A package of shingles. Normally, there are three bundles per square and 27 shingles per bundle.Most roofing contractors charge by the square or by the bundle.

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She was among the top 50 bundlers for the 2012 campaign, gathering up more than half a million dollars for the election effort.
Nicholas Pritzker, who is part of the wealthy Pritzker family and is an investor in Tesla, is a direct relative of Penny Pritzker, one of Obama's biggest bundlers, according to the New York Times.
The John Deere Slash Bundler was originally designed to be used in applications with cut-to-length harvesting systems that require it to travel within a stand to collect the residues.
Bundlers will always be important, but campaigns' reliance on them is exacerbated by the need to collect ever-increasing amounts.
Omega makes a range of container handling and packaging equipment, including the Classic series of shrink bundlers, which take small containers, like bottles of shampoo or vials of pills, and wrap them into bundles held together by film packaging material.
In Pennsylvania a wooden "center-board" was placed in the bed, between the bundlers in order to prevent the danger of too close physical contact.
The Tekkra 5130, the latest iteration in the 5100 series of continuous motion bundlers, is a small footprint machine that delivers high-speed, flexibility, ease of operation, and optimum uptime for increased throughput.
This line achieves Level 4 serialization and Level 3 aggregation: bottle-to-label, bundler, case packer and palletizer.
But to many, his visit was more than anything a gesture to one of his biggest fundraisers, Jeffrey Katzenberg, even as the White House tried to argue that the DreamWorks CEO's role as a campaign bundler shouldn't disqualify his studio from being eligible for a presidential visit.
Wintour is rated as a "top bundler" in the political world, meaning she helped to pull in more than 500,000 dollars, including a 40,000 dollar a night dinner at the home of 'Sex and The City' star Sarah Jessica Parker.
Persian-Jewish accused Ponzi schemer was also a major Obama campaign bundler; the campaign will return his cash.
With more interest in using woody biomass as an energy resource, the John Deere 1490D slash bundler is gaining in popularity for extracting logging residues from harvest sites.