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AcronymDefinition
BUMPBring Up My Post (messaging/BBSs)
BUMPBoston University Marine Program
BUMPBaby Under Manufacturing Process (maternity company; Los Angeles, CA)
BUMPBicycle Use Master Plan (Canada)
BUMPBarry's Ultra Motorsports Park (Alberta, Canada)
BUMPBlack Upwardly Mobile Professional
BUMPBenthic Untethered Multipurpose Platform
BUMPBoston Urban Music Project (Boston, MA)
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They could now fly strongly, though they still kicked far too much; but if they saw a cloud in front of them, the more they tried to avoid it, the more certainly did they bump into it.
By the time the bump on my forehead had swelled as big as a nut, our aprons were half full, and we sat down to enjoy ourselves.
Down rushed Debby to find me dancing about the kitchen with a great bump on my forehead, a big spoon in my hand, and a pair of bright purple feet.
The tail was formed by a small branch that had been left on the log, while the head was a gnarled bump on one end of the body.
The Bump Stock Ban bill was passed Tuesday on a 31-18 vote after the Washington Senate accepted the changes made by the House of Representatives.
The NRA call for review and regulation of bump stocks is a dangerous and deceptive dodge.
Each Oxy Bump product is formulated with a super concentrate of oxygen in a safe saline solution that is absorbed by the body, delivering a potent boost of oxygen that improves overall health while cleansing, moisturizing and reducing congestion.
Last year, another study published in the Journal of Hospital Infection found that the fist bump is a healthier alternative to the handshake within health care settings.
Bump was responding to a lawsuit filed earlier Wednesday by former First Deputy Auditor Laura Marlin in U.
The new Scott Safety First Base 3 FR bump cap is designed to offer customers dual protection.
Bump created the buzz for allowing smartphones to transfer data by tapping them together, a feature that became a signature feature in Samsung's Galaxy S3, competing the iPhone and pushing Apple to launch a similar feature.
This bump is dangerous and causes too many accidents as drivers coming both ways veer into traffic to avoid the bump.