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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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Also, the kind of activity done on the phone also determines their chances of bumping or getting bumped into, as some 37% of those who use their phones most of the time that have to go online has had "distracted walking" moments.
Availability of keys plays a critical role in whether bumping can be successful.
Instead the discussion will be on gold bumping and the connection process.
So, as her family waved good-bye, Bumpelina left to go bumping.
And speaking of sensible rules, the bumping stipulation must also be bumped--to make sure central office chaff doesn't wind up in the classroom.
For bumping at the wafer and substrate levels, a simple print and reflow method that permits single stroke, unlimited bump quantity with bump height targets of 80 to 150 [micro]m on pitches of 150 to 500 [micro]m can be used (Figure 2).
The EAT made this finding despite the fact that the selected employee had not raised the issue of bumping, nor had he indicated that he would take a more junior position.
Wafer bumping is an advanced packaging technique where "bumps" or "balls" made of solder, are formed on the wafers before being diced into individual chips.
Metallurgy-bumped flip chip technology is discussed as well as bumping processes and characteristics for Au, AuSn and NiAu metallurgies, and Au stud and solder-stud bumps.
BUMPING fists rather than shaking hands could reduce the spread of infectious diseases, researchers have said.