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Synonyms for bundle

Synonyms for bundle

a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

a large sum of money

bundle up: to put on warm clothes

Synonyms

Synonyms for bundle

a collection of things wrapped or boxed together

a package of several things tied together for carrying or storing

a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit)

make into a bundle

Related Words

gather or cause to gather into a cluster

compress into a wad

sleep fully clothed in the same bed with one's betrothed

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The John Deere 1490D slash bundler is basically a bundling unit placed over the rear bogies of a John Deere 1410 eight-wheeled forwarder.
Bundlers will always be important, but campaigns' reliance on them is exacerbated by the need to collect ever-increasing amounts.
In the summer of 2006, the only John Deere 1490D slash bundler in North America was brought to Arkansas so that four independent case studies could be conducted; no previous studies on the machine had been conducted in the South.
Under federal law, candidates are only required to release the names of their bundlers if they are lobbyists.
Neither candidates, nor regulated bundlers need to disclose bundling activity with the state campaign finance office, according to Jason Tait, a spokesman for the agency.
Morgan Chase executive Michael Cavanagh, a 2008 Obama bundler, has donated to Romney this election cycle in lieu of the president.
Gillespie's argument is problematic, because it only served to highlight the fact that Romney has refused to disclose the name of his own bundlers.
Obama also raised millions from traditional campaign bundlers -- rich, well-connected fundraisers -- but the bulk of the more than 600 million dollars that Obama raised throughout the campaign was through the Internet, aides said.
Two major players from the taxi industry who also opposed the plan were among the biggest bundlers in de Blasio's mayoral campaign.
His campaign's bundlers were recently told he would be back in Texas to raise money on Nov.
Frazee added, "The Internet cuts out middlemen, party bosses, lobbyists and bundlers looking for a quid pro quo.
Bundlers - master fund-raisers who package individual contributions into big ones - will have even more power.
Besides the fundraising of so-called bundlers (fundraisers who assemble large donors to contribute), the campaign has used the Internet to great effect.
But he also benefited from bundlers, influential figures who are able to pull in money from different sources and who contributed the bulk of the money with $37 million.