THE Government's bank account is bursting at the seams
Winter is not talking here about the simpler hardware aspect of scalable systems; he means scalable data size, speed, workload, and transaction cost, all elements that a company must measure and project at the beginning of the database planning process, not once their original database implementation is showing signs of bursting at the seams
With city populations bursting at the seams
, many see rural life as a haven from urban problems: diminishing green space, crime, overcrowded streets, shrinking social services.
In practice the 'Trio' has become a centre for everyone, bursting at the seams
with the demands made on its limited space.
Department heads were buried in a paper jungle of staffing, scheduling, billing, and inventories stuffed into file cabinets bursting at the seams
With the Vietnamese government welcoming foreign investment, McDonald says that cities like Saigon are bursting at the seams
It is a fact that most foundry sales managers are literally bursting at the seams
With the digital age in full swing, now is the time to digitally archive those shoeboxes full of old photos and personal files that are bursting at the seams
He told them: "Ballet West has been so successful that it is now bursting at the seams
and there is an urgent need for larger studio space.
Parking is a major problem, the schools are full and we are already bursting at the seams
Fewer holes in salt shakers to save the locals from bursting at the seams
Our office at the Tea Factory was bursting at the seams
with the extra designers and freelancers we took on to deal with the heavier workload," said managing director Chris Mitchell.
LONGFORD'S Union Place Baptist Church is bursting at the seams
with unique Christmas trees in preparation for the festive season.
Now bursting at the seams
following seasonal rest, she can surge into the lead before the second last corner.
The results of a ward survey I put out to every resident early this year showed an overwhelming dissatisfaction with the No 29 bus, which leaves Stokesley and is bursting at the seams
by the time it reaches Beechwood, Saltersgill, Sutton, etc.