“And I found they make it clumsier to hold the iPad for reading.”
“That produced new, clumsier line breaks and spacing and, with long speeches, larger balloons.”
“Many apps on the phone aren't as polished or powerful as typical PC apps, and I found them clumsier to use with the keyboard and touch pad, as opposed to the touch screen for which they were designed.”
“Their ability to retain possession for minutes on end tends to frustrate opponents and produce clumsier tackles or, in the case of Antonio Valencia at Wembley, frayed tempers.”
“The moth repairs – there were two holes, in close conjunction – was even clumsier.”
“The actual text of the Bible that he was reading—we are in the late fourth century C.E.—was not the later, mellifluous Latin translation known as the Vulgate, but a much clumsier, awkward version now studied only by scholars, the Vetus Latina.”
“For now though, the Jets are simply looking forward to Kerley's return—Ryan hopes it will be this week—and will forgive McKnight's clumsier moments.”
“McCloskey fell over in the fourth round but Khan was the clumsier, off-loading too many telegraphed blows, although his class was still present in some sporadic punches that hurt the Irishman.”
“In an clumsier episode, he accidentally set it afloat on a Hawaiian beach.”
“As is always the case, the longer the layover at DFW, the closer your gates are; the shorter the connection, the longer the run -- usually via the Skylink train -- and the clumsier your luggage is.”
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