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Bundles is a 1975 album by the British psychedelic, progressive rock and jazz/fusion band Soft Machine. On Bundles, only keyboardist and founding member Mike Ratledge is left of the early Soft Machine line-ups. Guitarist Allan Holdsworth's prominent contributions set the album apart from previous Soft Machine recordings, which had not featured a guitarist for seven years, since their debut single. This is the last studio album featuring Ratledge listed as band member. Only two compositions by him are featured, both less than two minutes long.
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The numerical value of bundles in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of bundles in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
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This hurts (Lenovo's) reputation, it demonstrates the deep flaw that the company neither knows nor cares what it bundles on their laptops.
Bundles will come back. Consumers simply won't be able to pay for buying all these channels, players that own infrastructure will prevail because either they will incorporate streaming services and unify them and provide a better viewing experience, or have to continue to offer some of their own in combination.
We have what we call bundles that we're doing within hospitals right now to try to target those conditions, to standardize care, to make sure that people get the appropriate care, and there's less variation, so that's something that's important that we stress and make sure that our patients are aware of, that hospitals are now implementing these.
The roll-out of new subscription-based services by Apple paves the way for the introduction of new business models akin to the all-you-can-eat bundles like Amazon Prime, in the future we might even see users pay for a service bundle and receive a new iPhone every year.
At first, you know we didn’t like it. But then we got used to it because we could see that most people wouldn’t cross as easily as they used to. Or we didn’t see any bundles, to us, right now, the fence is something secure for us.
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