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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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Villar sued EPIC, contending that the rolling staircase, tarp, and bungee cords, allegedly supplied by EPIC, were defective.
I painted the wheel and tacked it down to the top and then tied the post on to his chair with bungee cord.
The court heard that two people suffered minor bruising after a bungee cord snapped midway through the ride, which propelled a cage 150ft into the air, at the Hoppings Fair in Newcastle in June 1999.
In another sad turn of events in Berner Oberland, a 22-year old American tourist sprang to his death in Stechelberg, Mount Schilthorn BE due to the wrong bungee cord being used for his jump.
She's tethered to Mark Verstegen, a muscular guy with rock-steady blue eyes, by an eight-foot bungee cord.
Large families carrying the banner of domestic squabbles into the public arena hunched around and sitting on every conceivable kind of package, box, crate, even three-wheeled carts, all bound with rope, string, bungee cord, a rainbow-colored snake extending from the glass door that was the gate, up one aisle down another, then around the back wall somewhere; there were no limits to it, it was as long as the number of folks waiting.
We just have to do more of what we know is right, even if at times it seems like leaping off a tall building, without a bungee cord.
We are about to take a great leap forward in Yosemite, but with a bungee cord attached.
SAN DIEGO -- Python Products today announced the introduction of its revolutionary Python Cut-To-Fit Bungee Cord.
A MAN who has pleaded not guilty to murdering his brother by reason of insanity used a bungee cord to strangle him, a jury has heard.
The speaker is waterproof and comes with a bungee cord that allows the user to carry it around easily.
She said: "I had to swim down and yank the bungee cord out of whatever it was caught on to make it to the surface.