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bump

Regional drug slang for:
noun
(1) Crack cocaine.
(2) Fake crack cocaine.
(3) A hit of ketamine.

verb To boost or increase a high.

A nonspecific lay term for:
(1) A superficial nodule of any kind.
(2) A resolving post-traumatic haematoma.
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It may be noted that though Nikolas Cruz, the suspect in the Florida shooting, didn't use a bump fire stock, the device was used by the accused in a mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed more than 50 people in October 2017.
In the lawsuit, Marlin said at one point Bump told an unnamed state representative who was collecting signatures for her nomination papers, to come by the auditor's office to pick up the papers from a staff member.
Users can export the data at any point in the next 30 days from Bump and Flock, including photos, videos, contacts, etc.
These speed bumps are lumpy and haphazard, some of them only reach halfway across the road.
The app was initially created as an internal experiment as part of their Bump Labs initiative, which is experimenting with a variety of projects.
The service even works cross-platform: Android users can bump with iPhones, and vice versa.
08) about these monstrous speed bumps which are wrecking cars in the Cleveland area.
The method the layout engineer used to define the bump locations, as mentioned, needs to be known, as well as the side of the board the individual locations have been assigned.
Britain's most hated bump was found to be lying in Tower View, Great Wyrely, in the West Midlands, having attracted the most derogatory emails.
Additionally, locks employing a secondary system complicate an individual's ability to bump open a lock.
Speed bumps can also cause structural damage - as the impact of vehicles going over the bump sends shockwaves through the ground.
I heard a little rumour early last year that the council is given pounds 50 pounds for every bump installed.