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bouncing

The additional signals created in an electromechanical device when metal contacts are opened or closed. See debouncing.
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And with more and more trampoline parks, like Limitless in Swansea/Cwmbran, offering fitness classes for adults as well as children, bouncing is fast becoming the new jogging.
We recently went along to a Boogie Bounce training day, and we have to say, bouncing around on a mini trampoline 'rocks'.
In a study of quantum phenomena and physical problems, Nesvizhevsky and Voronin discuss the wave nature of microscopic objects like neutrons, atoms, and anti-atoms, which they manifest while bouncing on surfaces in a gravitational field.
The amendment passed by the Lok Sabha provides that cases of bouncing of cheques can be filed only in a court in which the jurisdiction of the bank branch of the person who receives the cheque lies.
Steingart was intrigued by how the bouncing changed as batteries discharged--it was not a linear increase.
Lawmakers have filed a bill seeking to amend Republic Act 1405 or the Bank Secrecy Law by removing from its coverage depositors who issue bouncing checks.
Bouncing in an inflatable house, castle or other structure is fun, but it can be dangerous and result in serious injuries.
THE jumping skills of Tyneside residents are needed to help get Britain bouncing.
Ministry officials told local Arabic daily Al Eqtisadiya that more Saudi nationals would be named and shamed as part of a new aggressive campaign to curb the phenomenon of bouncing cheques that has hit the Saudi economy.
In recent times the UAE's financial services community and leading politicians have been discussing the need for reforms relating to cheque bouncing in the country.
The aim is to get 2,000 people bouncing on the famous 1970s toy simultaneously for one minute.
The number of bouncing checks in Saudi banks fell by 54 percent in the first quarter of 2012 to reach 10,575 compared to 23,212 checks in Q1, 2011, according to a report by Saudi Credit Bureau (SIMAH).