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  • A three die set is needed for straight cases, while a two die set is used for bottlenecked cases.
  • A project example is given with a single bottlenecked resource on multiple paths.
  • The street was narrower than above, and ran for a thousand yards between ceiling-high walls, and everything was bottlenecked together. Cited from Four-Day Planet, by Henry Beam Piper
  • Remington designed a new bottlenecked case that was somewhat similar to the older .22 Win.
  • Lee ordered his army to converge on the retreating Union forces, bottlenecked on the inadequate road network.
  • Inefficiency primarily occurs when suppliers can't respond quickly enough, and clothing ends up bottlenecked and in back stock.
  • With bottlenecked cartridge cases, choosing the right sizing die can also have an impact.
  • Particularly significant to the design of the Five-seven pistol is the small caliber, high velocity bottlenecked cartridge it uses.
  • It features a bottlenecked case and a pointed, steel-core, brass-jacketed bullet.
  • This line was built to ease steep grades as the original line left Picton Station train traffic "bottlenecked".
  • Lee ordered his Army of Northern Virginia to converge on the retreating Union forces, bottlenecked on the inadequate road network.
  • This means that commands are bottlenecked by the speed at which the CPU could send these commands in a linear fashion.
  • Particularly significant to the design of the P90 is the small-caliber, high-velocity bottlenecked cartridge it uses.
  • These were all bottlenecked cartridges with a large charge of powder, making the .45 version the most powerful handgun in the world for a time.
  • Rifle cartridges tend to be bottlenecked, with a wide base narrowing down to a smaller diameter, to hold a light, high-velocity bullet.
  • After the extinction event at the end of the Devonian period, what trilobite diversity remained was bottlenecked into the order Proetida.
  • With the Tennesseans still pressing, the retreat bottlenecked at the bridge and a panicked rout developed instead.
  • Five tons of fuel to operate the machinery was airlifted to the site, where a sluice was constructed to allow the safe discharge of the bottlenecked water.
  • Also, even though the parasite loads between these bottlenecked populations and their source populations, the immune response on a cellular level is not as strong for the bottlenecked population.
  • As legacy MPI-based algorithms that were originally designed for multi-CPU systems that became bottlenecked by false dependencies now have a solution.
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Root form of bottlenecked is bottleneck for the verb.

How bottlenecked gets used

Meaning of bottlenecked

  • verb Slow down or impede by creating an obstruction
    His laziness has bottlenecked our efforts to reform the system
  • verb Become narrow, like a bottleneck
    Right by the bridge, the road bottlenecks