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skipping

the act of jumping over a rope that is held and swung either by the person jumping or by two other people, as a game or for exercise
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Skipping breakfast might make everything harder for you.
For people trying to lose weight, skipping breakfast is never a good strategy.
I believed skipping had gone the way of the dodo due to the rise of all manner of modern technology but it appears not.
According to education experts, skipping classes has become a "chronic behaviour" among many students in government and private schools.
SKIPPING is a fun way to increase your fitness level, strengthen your muscles and improve your flexibility.
2 According to the British Skipping Rope Association, 10 minutes' skipping can have the same health benefits as a 45-minute run.
Skip-A-Stone brings the timeless pastime of skipping stones to your computer or mobile device.
Skipping their way to fitness SKIPPING may look simple but is a lot tougher to do properly than it looks.
Skipping a row or two allows some of the soil water accumulated between crop rows to remain as a reserve for when the crop needs it later.
This report on the 2009 Skipping Stones Honor Awards was reprinted with permission from Skipping Stones, Volume 21, Number 3, May-August 2009.
5 : to bound or cause to bound off one point after another : skim <We were skipping stones on the pond.
Year 5 pupils from 16 primary schools in North Tyneside put down their game consoles in favour of a simpler pursuit - the art of skipping.