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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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Typical of Duncan's evening, though, was the textbook baseline jumper he hit in the first quarter - prompting a fan in the crowd to yell, ``Thanks for putting me to sleep.
In the last two years, Doris Godfrey from The Oval in Ouston, Chester-le-Street, has been knitting children's jumpers for The Wear Surma Clinic, a health facility in the village of Boroudha in north east Bangladesh.
HRISTMAS is over, so it's time to pack away your reindeer/snowflake/ tinsel-covered jumper until next CDecember - but the season of snuggly sweaters has only just begun.
Red velvet skirt, PS35 @ M&S Block colour jumper, PS16 @ Asda Chenille jumpers work well with velvet.
7 million to redevelop the Royal Hobart Hospital Pharmacy will underpin the ongoing work of the Jack Jumper Allergy Program, which has recently played a key role in assisting Victoria to establish its own immunotherapy program.
Press the button on this jumper and hear Santa's 'ho ho ho', George at Asda, PS14.
Italian Andrea Faustini, 20, famous for his pug jumper, said: "In Italy Christmas jumpers are not so typical.
You could win PS30 in our poll and raise cash for charity by wearing your jumper on Friday too.
A host of stars will be getting their Christmas jumpers on for Save The Children on DecembeEmma Johnson shows you how to join t
Fair Isle jumpers are so beautiful that no one wants to throw them away.