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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Navy boat-neck jumper, was PS49, now PS29, WoolOvers Size S-XL 80% merino wool, 20% cashmere Machine wash delicates
The pharmacy upgrade will include dedicated facilities for the Jack Jumper Allergy Program to continue current production levels and expand if necessary.
Yes, for the first time this year Christmas Jumper Day is layering up.
Monterio contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Monterio Jumper Cable to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
To use a jumper pack, first turn off all lights and electrical accessories in the dead vehicle.
The accessories include modular connectors, vertical jumpers, colored jumpers, and component plugs.
In a move to facilitate the transaction, Claim Jumper has filed for revamp under Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Court.
Berk-Tek, Pirelli o Corning son las marcas de las fibras con las que se manufacturan estos jumpers y para reducir al maximo la perdida de insercion, los conectores cuentan con ferulas de ceramica de alta precision (SC, ST, LC, FC, MU, etcetera).
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.