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leapfrog

a children's game in which each player in turn leaps over the others' bent backs, leaning on them with the hands and spreading the legs wide
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The result leavesWishaw in 10th place and can only leap-frog Royal Albert who sit two points above Wishaw.The team will have this weekend off before rounding off their league season atYoker on May 25.
Consumers in developing countries including India, Indonesia, the Philippines and China, who were unable to access telephone land-lines were able to leap-frog the technology frontier, gaining access to a voice communication via mobile phones.
Among the speakers scheduled to address the conference are Leap-Frog Enterprises CEO John Barbour and Trip Hawkins, the founder of Electronic Arts, 3D0 and Digital Chocolate.
Naeem Zamindar, CEO Wateen Telecom said on the occasion that this project aims at providing free access to education with just the click of a button and the Company promises to leap-frog the country to economic progress and prosperity with a skilled and educated workforce.
This win was enough for Atherstone to leap-frog their hosts as they gear up for the visit of runaway league leaders Hitchin Town T on Saturday.
They leap-frog about on just about every way of saving money and seem more concerned with Tory ideology.
They really want to leap-frog in terms of technology,E he added.
Stevenage Borough claimed a 3-1 win to leap-frog Harriers in the race for the play-offs and send Mark Yates' men into sixth place in the Blue Square Premier table.
And the three points helped them leap-frog over Cartworth Moor into third from bottom of Division IV.
After setting out the physical, mathematical, and numerical requirements, he discusses N- body problems, classical molecular mechanics, dynamical equations, and the leap-frog formulas for very large systems of second-order ordinary differential equations.
Buckley defeated old adversaries Holywell Town to leap-frog Ruthin Town and go joint fourth.
He also urged Asian countries to join forces to "catch up" with the United States in adapting to the information technology (IT) revolution and, if possible, to "leap-frog the frontrunner."