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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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Unwanted Above, the speed bumps in Bridgend, inset one of the bolts
But those who slowed down expecting the familiar bump as their wheels hit the traffic calming measure were flummoxed when they felt nothing at all.
Susan Alexander, of East Academy Street, said: "Speed bumps were recently installed on my street after months and months of campaigning.
In related news, Markle has been criticized several times for always cradling her baby bump. Markle was also (https://www.ibtimes.com/meghan-markle-slammed-flicking-coat-expose-baby-bump-watch-video-2756955) caught flicking her coat several times in one event to show off her baby bump.
While anyone who removes hair can develop razor bumps, they're most likely to affect African-American males.
There are few papers on optimization of double bump and these are - 'Use of detent profile in reducing double bump [1]&', Asymmetrical chamfer on gear engagement ring and shifter sleeve teeth [2]&', 'Use of stiffness optimization of shift forks [3]&' and 'Use of inertial mass to mask double bump [4]&'.
But I think there are better ways of doing this than with speed bumps.
Poor design of bump and they are almost double the height of normal bumps."
Both products are formulated to work in tandem to treat razor irritation, bumping, redness and itching while slowing hair regrowth after one has shaved, waxed or used depilatories, according to High lime, which has more than four decades of experience in making products capable of providing relief from razor bumps.
The research team's experiment presented two virtual bumps, with the distance between them varying across trials, to subjects participating in the study.
To conduct the experiment, a study participant immersed a gloved hand into a container of germs and exchanged a variety of handshakes, fist bumps or high-fives with a sterile-gloved participant.