jumper


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jumper

Medspeak
A term for a person who jumps from a height, generally to commit suicide.

Vox populi-UK
A knitted, heavier top, often worn over lighter clothing. (In American English, a sweatshirt or sweater.)
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When the police responded to Chandler's 911 call, they "found Jumper lying on the ground a few houses away, shot multiple times and bleeding from his wounds," reported police Captain Tony Rode to the Miami Herald.
His 15-footer with 4:18 remaining gave the Clippers a 86-85 lead, then he hit a jumper from the top of the key to make it 88-85.
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For all those here this morning, thank you for honoring the Jumpers, the Moseleys and the U.