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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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"It stops this bungee cord of coming back to the office and it makes us more efficient.
The Yjumper Pro team developed a prototype which uses a three point slackline bungee cord / cage connection to provide a new kind of powerful trampoline.
The district court reasoned that EPIC had been using the unit at the time of the accident because it had supplied allegedly defective equipment -- the tarp, bungee cord, and rolling staircase -- for the sole purpose of facilitating the loading and transporting of waste from PVSC.
In addition to its strength, the fibres also show very high damping capacity, meaning that they can absorb large amounts of energy, similar to a bungee cord. There are very few synthetic fibres which have this capacity, but high damping is one of the special characteristics of spider silk.
The UE ROLL 2 has a bungee cord loop meaning it can hang be hung in the shower and attached to your belt loop, bike handles or backpack.
Equipped with a bungee cord loop, this already small and light speaker is portable and versatile.
But it's the bungee cord he is strapping to the ankles of nervous players that has given designer William Hunt the greatest satisfaction from his love affair with the game.
There's also a place to attach a light should you wish to run in the dark, and some bungee cord on the back so you can stash your belongings away securely.
The Max Walker leash has an internal bungee cord that recoils to a short length as long as your dog is at your side, but stretches to prevent jerking your dog hard if he ranges from that position.
(1) Take, for example, the bungee cord hangers by Hay, a brilliantly simple use of a ubiquitous industrial product to cover a sturdy metal frame.
Langworthy survived, despite falling head-first into the rapids when her bungee cord snapped as she leaped from the 111m-high bridge on New Year's Eve.