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  • adjective Alternative form of bare-bones.


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  • These types of computers are what we call barebones computers, which some parts missing so that you can customize them.


  • In the hardware world it's called a barebones system - nothing fancy, just enough to get you running.

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  • Neton series, MSI has followed up with the rather more generic D130 NetTop, featuring something MSI calls "Nordic Simple Style" (which they previously just called barebones).


  • More than 30 products featuring the new ION GPU are expected to launch by this summer including netbooks, small form factor desktops, "barebones" systems, motherboards, and discrete add-in cards.


  • So, while the primary focus has shifted from mother Kate, the evening still retains an aspect of ritual bloodletting, which makes it all the more complimentary that the stripped setup never feels 'barebones'.

    The Music Fix

  • The new funds, which will be included in an otherwise "barebones" federal budget proposal, would come in the form of competitive grants given directly to winning school districts, according to RSS - stories

  • LONG LIVE TARANS!!!!!!!! there are some "barebones" type kits. these guys make some nice parts. Forum

  • The application is kind of barebones, it doesn't have any of the features that full-fledged Twitter clients sport.

    4 color rebellion

  • 'barebones' chassis that allows you to install your own choice of hard drives.

    Macworld UK News

  • HRN] A quick perusal of varying state requirements shows Colorado, Texas, and Montana allow "barebones" policies to be sold to small businesses that exempt coverage for all but the most serious mental illnesses.

    Desert Beacon


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