bouncing


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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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Similarly, during year 2017, 1027 cases of cheque bouncing were registered out of which 875 challaned, 152 cancelled, 875 accused arrested and 651 persons were granted bail.
Or do you look at those moments as wonderful opportunities to get rid of flab and build muscle power through the 'bouncing back' muscle?
and when you look at the faces of everyone bouncing, you'd never think they were actually exercising.
Even the facial muscles!" We recently went along to a Boogie Bounce training day, and we have to say, bouncing around on a mini trampoline 'rocks'.
"I am training hard to ensure I don't find myself in the mentally torturous situation of knowing I need to keep bouncing for far longer than Casie and James to match their totals."
They combined the results of their drop tests with the scan data to evaluate what caused the changes in bouncing.
It quotes a study carried out by NASA found which says that 10 minutes bouncing on a trampoline is a better cardiovascular workout than 33 minutes of running.
Culture, Vanessa Freeman, The Bamboos and Gilles Petersen, his blend of Afro Cuban and Afro-beat to Bossa Nova and Broken Boogie tunes is known to bring the party to these parties - look out for the bouncing DJ!
The group will be working with the school, with pupils taking part in the bounce from 9am-3pm, after which, the trampolining squad will take over, bouncing until 9am the next day.
In terms of bouncing it's not one motion, so it's totally up to the referee.
Law 12 of the game clearly states that the keeper is still in control of the ball if he is bouncing it, meaning the goal should not have stood.
Bouncing in an inflatable house, castle or other structure is fun, but it can be dangerous and result in serious injuries.
THE jumping skills of Tyneside residents are needed to help get Britain bouncing.
What you should notice is that as opposed to taking divots, your club will be simply contacting the grass and then 'bouncing' through to your finishing position.