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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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The researchers determined that the bumpy form of the virus is more efficient at infecting mammalian cells.
In a letter to planners, a Bumpy representative wrote: "The nature of the activity to be carried out on the additional piece of land is trials riding.
I have come to prefer bumpy line surfaces to the slick types.
Devine - Exeter's highest earner at pounds 1,800 a week - was so disturbed by the bumpy flight to Manchester before the tie that he chose a five-hour car journey home instead.
This bumpy start led some providers to suspect that school districts were avoiding implementation so they could use the set-aside Title I dollars for other purposes.
More than half are only good for a bumpy ride, and almost half have no emergency lanes.
A damaged bag won't hold air so your backside suffers big time on a bumpy road.
Pushing the snooze button to delay the day is part of the modern wake-up ritual But for some people, a bumpy arousal.
The transition to the new technology," BMR continues, "has been a bumpy one for vendors and even for mailers, as some have had to reconfigure processes to accommodate the changes.
It's a bumpy ride navigating her way through both black America and white America, but her narrative gives readers an appreciation for how it tempered both her steely determination and her honeyed grace.
The airstrip is bumpy, one gets used to that, and then it is a 20 minute drive into the game park and a welcome drink and cold towel on arrival.
After a bumpy debut that included two shelved albums and an unceremonious dismissal by major record label A&M, she bounced back with a Grammy nomination (2002's 1000 Kisses); cover turns by luminaries including Bette Midler, Emmylou Harris, and the Dixie Chicks (she also served as the Chicks' opening act during their Fly Tour 2000); and now her third solid release on Dave Matthews's ATO imprint, on which she sounds better and digs deeper than ever before.