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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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Finance director Mr Gavin Kaye said that despite the difficult trading environment for textiles generally, Worthington's diverse range of high-margin companies, including the UK's biggest producer of bungee ropes and companies making components for the a utomotive and aerospace industry, meant it had the money to cover its hard-pressed furniture trimmings business.
In my bright green tracksuit bottoms I decided that the suspended bungee rope was more my style and was promptly strapped into a VERY tight harness to support my weight.
An inquest in Letterkenny, Donegal, heard how Welsh-born Emma had been rehearsing a new act in which she would emerge from the globe and bounce on bungee ropes beneath it.
Sipping iced margaritas in the Glasgow sunshine, Allison said: "There were two bungee ropes tied to the wing mirrors and when the car stopped, I was pinged back and thrown against the windscreen.
The suspended screen will provide the platform for 11 performers attached to bungee ropes using breathtaking skills to tackle the theme of climate change through aerial theatre and video footage.
Shyly peering over his handheld computer, the Greenland Primary School pupil said: "I remember waiting to go on the bungee ropes.
Witnesses said Ms Insley had been suspended on bungee ropes underneath the globe while rehearsing an aerial display with theatre company Fidget Feet in a field near Lurgybrack National School.
During the initiation, the boys had to sprint, walk on hot coals, jump from wooden bungee ropes, climb trees and do other secret tests to prove their manhood.
The pair soared 140ft above the audience on bungee ropes to the strains of JS Bach's slow movement from Concerto to Two Violins.