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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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- Jumper wires should be routed in an X-Y manner as directly as feasible, making as few bends as possible.
- Jumper wires should not be raised more than 3.2 mm (0.125 in.) above the board surface or not above components or leads in such a way that they will interfere with circuit board mounting.
- Bare conductor jumper wires, longer than 12.7 mm (0.50 in.), should not be used.
- Jumper wires should not pass over unused component lands or pads unless the layout of the assembly prohibits routing in other areas.