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  • The initial accident created a bottleneck for traffic coming up behind.
  • This section of the highway, which was two lanes, has been a bottleneck for many years.
  • Up to now, no uniform access to these distributed data is available what creates a bottleneck for the scientific research.
  • This can be a bottleneck for all trains in both directions.
  • Also, Hamburg already today is a bottleneck for road and rail traffic.
  • Large data sets may constitute a computational bottleneck for model-based methods.
  • As traffic levels grew after World War I, Hexham became a bottleneck for road traffic.
  • Also note, that this definition does not forbid a single link to be a bottleneck for multiple flows.
  • They require accurate numerical calculation of the transformation involved, which becomes the main bottleneck for large problems.
  • Column chromatography is an extremely time consuming stage in any lab and can quickly become the bottleneck for any process lab.
  • The Maclennan Hill was a dangerous and steep bottleneck for traffic leaving the inner city.
  • His officers had neglected to transport ammunition across the bridge, which was itself becoming a bottleneck for soldiers, artillery, and wagons.
  • The old Dorking road squeezes between the church and the inn, creating a significant bottleneck for modern motor traffic.
  • The bottom-dwelling mysids eliminated a recruitment bottleneck for lake trout by providing a deep water source of food where little was available previously.
  • An iconic structure of Auckland, the harbour bridge is also a bottleneck for traffic.
  • Being as critical as they are to the overall function of the system, such heavy use would create an insurmountable bottleneck for trillions of queries placed every day.
  • Finally, tasks required of modern computers often emphasize quite different components, so that resolving a bottleneck for one task may not affect the performance of another.
  • Even after Mainz Hauptbahnhof was moved to its present location in 1884, it soon became a bottleneck for traffic again.
  • However, the failure to provide a continuous water supply does not appear to be a major bottleneck for the Lebanese, where water storage tanks are in common use.
  • Chlamydia affects other mammals, most notably the koala, as it a major population bottleneck for them.
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