In addition to the genitive, there is also a partitive case (marked -ta/-tä or -a/-ä) used for expressing that something is a part of a larger mass, e.g. joukko miehiä "a group of men".
In a standard thermonuclear design, a small fission bomb is placed close to a larger mass of thermonuclear fuel.
Therefore, females may have a larger mass to allow them to go for a longer period of time without starving.
Drops may also be formed by the condensation of a vapor or by atomization of a larger mass of liquid.
Alternatively a larger mass of earth might cover the roof.
However, the primary component has a larger mass and radius than the secondary, with 1.19 times the Sun's mass and 1.08 times the Sun's radius.
It is reported that a larger mass was discovered a few days later in the same mine but was broken up underground.
Adding on, college players have played more games and thus there is a larger mass of statistical data to base expensive decisions off of. Lewis cites A's minor leaguer Jeremy Bonderman, drafted out of high school in 2001 over Beane's objections, as an example of the type of draft pick Beane would avoid.