use hunk in a sentence.
You can split the hunks into smaller ones.
You will probably enjoy 'checkout -p' and 'reset -p' as well (revert and unstage changes hunk-by-hunk)
Isn't that precisely taken into account by patches, hunks, and branches?
And what would be a good financial penalty for physically modifying a hunk of plastic and semiconductor that you bought?
Roads aren't ideas, they're hunks of concrete.
Well, the slide of a Glock (and of all other polymer-framed firearms) is a big hunk of metal.
In rural midwest US, the instead-of-sit squat is called a "hunker".
I've never seen anyone hunker on a bench - they always hunkered on the ground.
You win a big hunk of cheese.
Or until our eating habits change sufficiently that we don't require a hunk of meat for every meal.
Or use git citool or an emacs mode like egg or magit (other editors have similar) that let you conveniently stage by hunk or line.
I really liked "These systems end up being large hunks of monitoring, tests, and operational procedures with a teeny little distributed system strapped to the back.
For some algorithims, it can be difficult to predict how much time will be spent processing a particular hunk of data even when it's instantaneously accessible.
I wonder what you could sell a hunk of ice (already orbited) the size of a schoolbus for to the governments that maintain the ISS.