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  • v. Present participle of bottleneck.

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Examples

  • The scientists call this ruinous mental lurching “dual task interference,” or just plain bottlenecking.

    The Autumn of the Multitaskers

  • I personally like cons a lot...so I don't think it's me that's "bottlenecking" as the ageist DRE.

    Philocrites: Sinkford: Continental YRUU will be replaced.

  • What kind of bottlenecking issues you might just see there as well?

    Geron CEO Discusses Q3 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript -- Seeking Alpha

  • This is just what I needed to rein back some startup processes, and get my computer booted without 'bottlenecking'!!

    Fileforum

  • Maxing out your storage bandwidth can win you the love and admiration of YouTube geeks worldwide, but know that all the parts of your machine -- the tubes, if you will -- have to be the correct size to avoid the kind of bottlenecking that the Samsung crew sees on their 24-SSD experiment.

    News Tom's Hardware US

  • The lightweight reverse system allows the rider to quickly back out of any on track incident, as well as bottlenecking situations in the woods.

    Quad 2009 ATV Buyers Guide

  • There is no “port” anymore, and certainly nothing prince-like or remotely royal remaining to accept the bottlenecking necessities being packed up here some 1500 miles northwest.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • The United Nations said on Sunday that more than 100,000 people had already fled the violence in Libya, with most heading for the Tunisian border where thousands of migrant workers from Egypt, Bangladesh, China and other nations were bottlenecking at the cross point.

    Gaddafi opponents spread control deeper into west Libya

  • They should be working, they're bottlenecking the legislation, they should stay until it's complete just like any other business.

    Will the Senate be working over Christmas recess?

  • Several times I have to shout that there is a car in the lane she's merging into, and several times I have to point out that traffic is bottlenecking in front of us.

    We Will Elevate (Part Two)

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