BUMPH


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BUMPHBureaucratic Unsolicited Mountainous Paper Heap
BUMPHBrakes Undercarriage Mixture Propellor Hatches (aerospace, pre-landing checks)
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Apart from the paper itself, there were press passes, letterheads, business cards, notecards, and lots of miscellaneous bumph.
Discounting high-flown bumph, what happened was that a group of powerful and intelligent people recognised a unique situation, raised some cash, and created The Emergency Rescue Committee.
Great Exploitations has a melodic crunch from Scott Hetherington (who the bumph says can run the 100m in less than 11 seconds) singing "stand up for mercy".
The advertising bumph for Celtic's curtain raiser to the season goes on to mention the match's value with regard to preparations for the Champions League qualifiers.
According to the publicity bumph, the man we see on screen isn't Joe at all, but an actor called Jeff Palmer.
HAVING had some UKIP election bumph drop through my door this week, I can see their argument.
Which is an enormous and worrying shame - especially since most of the bumph we receive is of no use to us and is deleted without being properly read.
Now, I was looking forward to this trip away and went through all of the fairly difficult and time-consuming bumph associated with going to Africa with a veritable glee and delight.
Programme Packed full of features and the usual bumph for the now customary Championship three quid.
It's our understanding that people on leaving are given a fistful of bumph telling them where to go and what to do and who can help.
This friendly, family-owned three-star hotel is a brisk ten-minute walk up the hill from Sandown Esplanade if you're carrying the usual beach baggage, or a few minutes stroll if you're writing the kind of bumph that ends up in brochures and web pages.
Ironically, the advertising bumph for the service proudly boasts of "free customer service to suit you answered by a person, not a machine".