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Adj.1.bulbed - having a bulb
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Squill production Squill is a bulbed plant that has been used medicinally for thousands of years.
Further optimisation to this well established cruiser racer includes a lead fin keel to replace the bulbed version keel (giving a fairly stiff ballast ratio of 37 percent).
The bulbed end was placed in the bladder dome and then the purse string suture around the tubing was pulled tight.
For vegetable growers, Harris Seeds offers quality bare root and bulbed vegetables like delicious Asparagus, Rhubarb, Horseradish, Garlic, Onions and Potatoes.
Research from Canada and the United Kingdom identifies children who are at risk of being bulbed offline (for example, children who may be perceived as 'different', such as minority ethnic groups, lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) young people, overweight children, or those with perceived disabilities) to be at greater risk of being bullied online than other children.
Student outcome measures included attendance, suspension rates, student perceptions of belonging in school, student perceptions of being teased and bulbed, and reports of hassles and problems with teachers.
Ecuador has long been a major exporter of big bulbed, colourful flowers that please the eye and the nose.
Ingman snarled at us as he limped to die front steps of his porch to get the plastic, bulbed turkey baster filled with water.