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There was the widow before him, bouncing bodily here and there, with unwonted vigour; and Mr.
Maggie was frightened lest she had been doing something wrong, as usual, but presently Tom drew out her line and brought a large tench bouncing on the grass.
Hot sweaty, gym-goers bouncing up and down on a mini trampoline with handle bars attached
Steingart was intrigued by how the bouncing changed as batteries discharged--it was not a linear increase.
Lawmakers have filed a bill seeking to amend Republic Act 1405 or the Bank Secrecy Law by removing from its coverage depositors who issue bouncing checks.
BOUNCING pupils from Crackley Hall School have jumped for joy at raising a total of PS718 for charity.
THE jumping skills of Tyneside residents are needed to help get Britain bouncing.
In recent times the UAE's financial services community and leading politicians have been discussing the need for reforms relating to cheque bouncing in the country.
The aim is to get 2,000 people bouncing on the famous 1970s toy simultaneously for one minute.
The number of bouncing checks in Saudi banks fell by 54 percent in the first quarter of 2012 to reach 10,575 compared to 23,212 checks in Q1, 2011, according to a report by Saudi Credit Bureau (SIMAH).
Article 401 states that bouncing cheques is punishable by confinement of one month to three years or a fine of a minimum of Dh1,000 to any individual who, in bad faith, writes a cheque with insufficient funds.
Violent bouncing of a water droplet coated with oil causes some of the oil layer to move inside and fracture into many oily globs.