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to bound lightly

a light bounding movement

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a party or gathering for dancing

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the act of hopping

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twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes

an informal dance where popular music is played

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move quickly from one place to another

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travel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc.

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traverse as if by a short airplane trip

jump across

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make a jump forward or upward

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Until this work, self-propelled robots were "like tables with moving legs," says Marc Raibert, a pioneer of hopping and running robots who now heads a company called Boston Dynamics in Cambridge, Mass.
The machines now under development in California and New Mexico represent a new type of hopping robot because they don't maintain continuous motion or balance.
In this way, traditional network defense technologies are powerless to stop Island Hopping since it does not violate access controls set up to protect the corporate network.
Island Hopping exploits the fact that enterprises and organizations allow employees trusted access to the internal corporate network from remote sites, business partners or home users.
With Key Hopping, we use the MD5 algorithm and fast key management techniques to increase the complexity of the resulting key patterns.
Key Hopping technology will be first introduced in NextComm's upcoming NC7010, an 802.
Teradyne has extended its lead in Bluetooth(TM) wireless device testing with the new Frequency Hopping option.
And because Frequency Hopping provides complete synchronization to other device signals, including modulation and digital events, users test devices as they function in the real world.
The Lexus RX 300 uses the HCS300 KEELOQ code hopping encoder, designed to be the transmitter portion of secure RKE systems.
Microchip's patented KEELOQ code hopping technology combines high security, a small package outline and a very low cost to make this an ideal solution for unidirectional remote-keyless entry (RKE) systems.
Microchip's first KEELOQ Family entrants are the HCS300 and HCS301 Code Hopping Encoders, designed to be the transmitter portion of secure RKE systems.
Prince's HomeLink Universal Transmitter offers an open architecture featuring Microchip's KEELOQ code hopping technology.
Nanoteq is the leader in the development and implementation of hopping code and secure smart card integrated circuits.