bouncing


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Synonyms for bouncing

lively

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Synonyms for bouncing

rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)

vigorously healthy

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marked by lively action

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You can enjoy the same fitness benefits by keeping those feet together and just bouncing as the springs in a trampoline take away all the impact of the road.
Studies by NASA scientists show that bouncing around on a mini trampoline is 68% more effective than jogging and yet requires less effort
Rodriguez said the bill requires the drawee bank of a bouncing check to divulge the signatory or signatories upon written request of the payee even if the case is not yet filed in court.
Get Britain Bouncing aims to publicise trampolining as a fun and safe activity for all the family and we think this is a great way to highlight how much fun bouncing is.
Meanwhile, the value of bouncing checks for corporates fell to SR 720 million in Q1, from SR 1.
Bouncing takes its lead from a number of sources, and one of the most important is the military model.
And for good reason: bouncing lifts your spirits, elevates your heart rate, boosts your lymphatic system, is easy on your joints, leaves you feeling wonderfully grounded, and can be done anywhere, no matter how small the room.
So, to make an object invisible, scientists have to keep waves from bouncing off it.
Balls are everywhere, and we all have experienced bouncing them in one way or another.
ALMOST half of all UK businesses have been caught out by bouncing cheques during the past 12 months.
BOUNCING babies may grow up to be the greatest dancers, new research suggests.
And it feels more like bouncing on a trampoline than jumping on an old, springy mattress.
If it rides up in back, there's excess fabric or you're bouncing around, the bra's too big.
Thank goodness every cotton-pickin' news outlet in the United States is following which way the candidates are bouncing, because it must be more important than what they plan to do about the 44 million Americans who lack health insurance, or the record federal deficit, or the war in Iraq, or the cost of college, or our dependence on foreign oil, or the impact of global warming, and other lightweight stuff like that.
It's going to be bouncing around with an upward trend.