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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of clutter.
- adj. Scattered with a disorderly mixture of objects; littered
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- adj. filled or scattered with a disorderly accumulation of objects or rubbish
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This technique is quite different from the prey detection style usually employed by vesper bats: a technique suited for short-range prey that are detected in cluttered habitats.
These bats use low wing loadings and low aspect ratios to practice slow, manoeuvrable flight as they glean for mostly terrestrial prey in cluttered habitats.
The resulting motion, which would resemble that of a real snake, would help the snakebot move safely in cluttered spaces.
Some folks may think it's "cluttered" - I think it's homey, personal, and very cohesive due to the restricted color palette (Black, Khaki, Taupe and Red) - and I love the patterned effect that the overhead lighting has on the space.
The move is a U-turn from labels cluttered with specific claims like "easy pour spout" or "better tasting" to packaging that plays on the emotions.
The art tends to be cluttered, which is in keeping with the drastic mood swings of the characters — both sometimes have too much going on at once.
Research also finds that we are more effective at solving difficult problems when our minds are less cluttered, which is more likely to occur if we get our heads out of work -- for example, by taking a vacation.
"Buddie, dear," he said, "you're gettin 'cluttered up with a lot of bum ideas.
Just over a week ago we told you that director Neil Marshall, whose latest film Doomsday is in the theatres right now and is being described as a cluttered fuckfest of insanity, was set to direct a Horror movie set in the Old Wild West.
I think my already slump-happy posture is threatening to go fully prone on me in the convenient direction of my sleeping surface, otherwise known as a cluttered bed.
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