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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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I actually had to swim down and yank the bungee cord out of whatever it was caught into," she said.
He said thousands of people who had completed bungee jumps across the UK had probably been very close to death but had not known it.
INVESTIGATION The bungee harness used by Mr Thomas in the accident has been seized by police.
It is understood that equipment used in the bungee jump has been taken away for examination.
The worst bit is when he starts counting three, two, one and then bungee .
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.
The Greenock man was with his girlfriend and her mum when he tried the Glasgow firm Jump4Fun's bungee run.
Daredevil Malcolm Baxter has become the oldest person from the North-east - and possibly from across Britain - to bungee jump off the Transporter Bridge for charity.
A THRILL-seeking Irishman hopes to smash a world record when he bungee jumps off a bridge.
Giant Bungee: the Sky Jump will also operate as the highest Bungee jump in the UK.
The family of a Welsh student who fell to his death in a charity bungee jump which went wrong, should find out what happened early in the new year.