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A slang term for a large amount of money.
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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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(28.) Jason Seher, "White House Avoids Bundlers in Recent Round of Ambassador Nominations," CNN, 5 June 2014, http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2014/06/05/white-house-avoids-bundlers-in-recent-round -of-ambassador-nominations/; Justin Sink, "Another Obama Bundler Named Ambassador," Hill, 6 June 2014, http://thehill.com/policy/international/208517-another-obama-bundler-named-ambassador; and Michael R.
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.
Twenty-seven bundlers managed to collect at least 500,000 dollars for a joint account run by Obama's 2012 campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
"Adware and its associated malcode bundlers, downloaders and installers don't make the news much anymore, but collectively they make up 10 percent of our ThreatTrac[TM] detections.
--Support for unemployed --Cash for Clunkers rebates for buying new cars with better gas mileage (June 2009) Coping with Long-Term, Systemic Problems Poor underwriting Credit rating agencies --More transparency in standards Overly Bundlers of factors behind credit high ratings of collateralized ratings and better collateralized debt debt obligations models to assess risk?
Together, the Kaplans raised between $100,000 and $200,000 for the Obama campaign, ranking them among the campaign's top 500 bundlers, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.
Nearly 80 percent of the $35.3 million raised through January by the Presidential Inaugural Committee came from just 211 individual "bundlers."
Also buried in the report is that, guess what -- McCain likely topped Obama by at least $10 million in the really big funds put together by "bundlers." The only place he held an advantage.
More than 90 percent of bundlers renew those policies with their providers, while only 82 percent of non-bundlers do the same."
Companies cannot give directly, so they leave it to bundlers to solicit maximum contributions from employees and families.
The League has called on the presidential candidates from the two major parties to fully disclose information that the public is entitled to know--the amounts provided to the campaigns and associated committees by "bundlers," individuals who raise money for a candidate in amounts far exceeding what they are permitted to contribute personally to the campaign.