bungee


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bungee

An elastic cord that has multiple strands of rubber. These strands are encased in a braided sheath that is usually made of cotton.
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Bungee Photo Mapper is a simple tool for finding online photos in Flickr and displaying geo-tagged photos on a Google Map.
THUMBTHING 3 DIFFERENT Sarah gets set for her wedding day bungee jump
With her legs still bound together by the bungee rope, the 22-year-old was dragged underwater when her rope snagged on nearby rocks.
I tracked United Bungee to a residential address in Bathgate, West Lothian, and they immediately sent pounds 231 to MS Society Scotland.
Despite the death, the company which was running the jump - Freefall Bungee Wales - was found to have done nothing wrong because it was operating inside laid-down guidelines.
The company running the charity event on Monday - Freefall Bungee Wales, of Cefneithen, near Carmarthen - was unavailable for comment.
He said about nine or 10 people had previously used the bungee jump.
1 -- 2) At the Ventura County Fair's opening Wednesday, Ryan Newberry, 16, demonstrates how to jump from the 130-foot platform of the Bungee Plunge.
So considering the bungee jump was being held in a pub did Clive have a little dutch courage before the plummet?
Mr Hackett, a New Zealand promoter credited with popularising the extreme sport, said he set a record for a bungee jump from a building but The Guinness Book of World Records does not recognise bungee jumps because of their danger.
For the past six months, Bungee Labs has been working with the beta versions of Firefox 3.
A MAN suffered horrific injuries after he was struck by a metal plate during a bungee run.