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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SALT LAKE CITY -- Bungee Labs[TM] today announced built-in support for Mozilla Firefox 3.
Lisa performed the bungee at the end of last month.
David Holloman, the charity's acting chief executive, said, ``This event will be professionally organised by UK Bungee Club which has a 100pc safety record and have jumped more than 100,000 people in the last 10 years.
Councillor David Jones said: "There are no licences required from the council for a bungee jump.
THINKStrategies Says Bungee Connect PaaS Offers Tools for Complete Application Lifecycle
A ticket to bungee costs PS35, and you must commit to raising at least PS100 in sponsorship.
Launched in June, Bungees (TM) are brightly colored characters formed at the core of the Earth, after an asteroid strike millions of years ago.
An official Guinness World Record attempt for the most bungee jumps in 24 hours started on Thursday at 7pm at the Porsche Macan 24-bungee event held at the Dubai Autodrome in support of Breast Cancer Arabia.
Professional fitness coach Colin Phillips aims to do just that on Thursday and Friday to break a Guinness World Record for the Most Bungee Jumps in 24 hours for the Porsche Macan 24-Bungee charity event at the Dubai Autodrome.
A fearless fitness fanatic hopes to go leaping into the Guinness World Record books by doing an astonishing 200 bungee jumps in just 24 hours.
NOON Conquer the Nevis Bungy in Queenstown - the second highest bungee jump in Australasia.