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Bungee

A slang term for an oversold security. The term derives from the fact that an oversold security has declined significantly in price but generally hits a bottom and begins to rise.
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Bungee Connect's unique platform architecture removes complex and time-consuming tasks that normally exist in the lifecycle of developing and deploying business-grade web applications, including writing browser-specific code," said David Mitchell, founder and CTO of Bungee Labs.
They were explaining how they had to cancel their annual charity golf day due to the recession and wanted people to do a bungee instead.
Tenovus, Wales's leading cancer charity, had been planning to hold a cash-spinning bungee jump over Cardiff Bay on Saturday, September 28.
As police were examining the bungee equipment, Alan James, owner of crane hirer N and A James Ltd, said it had checked out, "A-OK".
Robert Coates concluded by saying, "The shareholders need to know much more about Bungee.
The world record for a bungee jump is nearly 3300ft - from a helicopter
Bungee Labs is creator of the Bungee Connect[TM] web application development and hosting platform-as-a-service (PaaS), a single environment for building and delivering a new class of interactive rich web applications.
Lucy Joyce, 11, from Sedgefield: "I wanted to try kayaking but have done that, so maybe a bungee jump.
Model Ross, of north London, said: "When Hannah suggested a bungee wedding, I thought it was a wicked idea.
Highland Fling Bungee pioneered bungee jumping in Scotland and opened the UK's first permanent bridge bungee jump over the River Garry, Killiecrankie, in 2011.
Bungee Fest will be held over the weekend of August 9 and 9.
For parents looking to make the transition to back-to-school a little more cool, Jazwares LLC has all the right goods with Bungees (TM) - the hot new "toy" that everyone is collecting.