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bare bones

No frills. No luxuries. See bare bones system.
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To launch our increased mini-PC coverage, we've reviewed a few older but still currently available systems: bare-bones options from Gigabyte and Intel, and a ready-to-go build from Acer.
To be fair, though, live PDC darts is a pretty big, meaty bone - the Alexandra Palace extravaganza always delivers drama of the highest order - so maybe we shouldn't be so hasty in labelling this televisual Tuesday with the bare-bones tag.
1060-1064 of the California Probate Code sets out the preferred format for court accounting and provides the bare-bones of what will be expected by the courts, including one "Summary of Account" example.
IHEs will continue to wrestle with tight budgets due to the slowpoke economy and bare-bones state budgets coupled with lackluster fundraising results.
He has worked in every medium from bare-bones modern dance to full-length ballets, from mainstream Broadway (Into the Woods) and movies (The Company) to choreography for ice skaters such as Peggy Fleming.
The DTN Rover provides the bare-bones information that farmers need to make decisions, such as DTN commentary, local cash grain bids, in-motion weather radar and market prices.
Will we see the same zany, bare-bones pricing tactics that we've seen in past years, whenever HDDs hit a tight market?
Its bare-bones corporate site explains how the factory functions and how to contact it in Miami or at its second "garage"--a US$1.
My only option was a bare-bones Help file, which suggested sending an e-mail to the online support staff.
One will offer bare-bones crossing of trades, while another will offer most of the services of exchanges today.
Some graves at the ancient settlement, Jiahu, contain opulent offerings, while others are, literally, bare-bones affairs.
They slashed $2 million from the administration's already bare-bones fusion budget, calling for slightly more than $220 million in FY 2000.