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bumps

[bəmps]
(mining engineering)
Sudden, violent expulsion of coal from one or more pillars, accompanied by loud reports and earth tremors.
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Razor bumps, which sometimes appear after shaving, are ingrown hairs that curl back on themselves and grow into the skin.
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Has building these speed bumps become a national obligation?
Dr Helen Ashdown said: "Asking patients whether their pain worsened going over speed bumps turns out to be a good way of assessing people with suspected appendicitis.
PEOPLE who feel excess pain when travelling over a speed bump could be suffering from appendicitis, research suggests.
Sixty-four patients had travelled over speed bumps on their way to hospital.
The bumps of molluscum appear most commonly in children between one and ten years of age.
The Bumps have lived in a 2,000-square-foot loft in the former Hamilton fruit warehouse building for nine years.
I recently wrote to the Prime Minister and Department for Transport and their reply said that tests proved these bumps didn't damage cars.
As with any utilization of CAD, being able to identify the x-y locations of the bumps will be necessary.
The red specimen inhabiting the roadway on Castle Street, appears at number eight in the list, compiled by Continental Tyres, which is campaigning for large numbers of speed bumps to be replaced by speed cameras.
The speed bumps in Park Hill Drive have been a concern of mine ever since they were first put there, and as a local Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator I have presented my community's views to the council and road transport authorities on numerous occasions.