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01. The magazines were tied up in [bundles] and were piled up outside the store.
02. We wanted to go to Europe for our holidays, but it costs a [bundle] just to fly there.
03. His grandfather made a [bundle] in real estate just after the war.
04. She [bundled] up the children in their snow suits and sent them outside to play.
05. I made a [bundle] on the stock market and reinvested half the profits in more stocks.
06. There is a huge [bundle] of dirty laundry which needs to be washed.
07. The children were sent out to gather [bundles] of wood to build a fire to make supper.
08. The young girl was carrying a huge [bundle] of newspapers she had to deliver.
09. She [bundled] the children off to school and then left for work.
10. The young man was [bundled] into the back of the police car and taken away.
11. He paid a [bundle] of money for his used car, but he has had nothing but problems with it.
12. He pulled a [bundle] of fifty dollar bills out of his pocket and proceeded to count out $400.
13. We took a [bundle] of baby clothing to our neighbor, who just had a baby last week.
14. A Kenyan proverb notes that sticks in a [bundle] are unbreakable.
15. The little [bundle] left on the steps of the church was discovered to be a baby.
16. Your little [bundle] of joy will cost you a [bundle] of money to send to university.
17. Buckminster Fuller once remarked, "I'm not a genius. I'm just a tremendous [bundle] of experience."

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