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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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It found that the staircase and the bungee cords "were necessary to secure the tarp" because "without the bungee cords, the tarp would not have stayed on during transportation of the waste and, without the staircase, [Mr.] Villar could not have attached the cords."
Bungee cords are then lowered or removed, slowly increasing the amount of weight the patients must hold up while performing the task.
The discipline involves being suspended from two bungee cords strapped to either side of you, so you can bounce up and down, performing stunts like inversions and somersaults by pulling on the cords.
Hand sanitizer, bungee cords, two-year-old mints, bike light and cough drops
Forget the Man in Chair--Tarzan features a shipwreck, troops of flying monkeys, and more bungee cords than have ever been seen on a Broadway stage.
A young woman with climbing gear and bungee cords attempts to scale the skeletal metal structure without using the steps but keeps slipping until, after tremulously hanging there in a sort of Liebestod--in place of the erotic encounter between human and machine as in Soft Materials, it's an erotic encounter with machine-age architecture--she plunges from daylight into a nocturnal realm where she is tormented by sirenlike voices singing an expressionistic, operatic vocal score (mostly in German, and featuring snatches of Rilke) until she finally surrenders to their call and is helped down.
It's equipped with bungee cords to simulate 60 percent of Earth's gravity and to keep the user from floating away.
Short of giving them all bungee cords, we need to collaborate with government and with each other to find solutions.
Target arrived with tents, a motorcycle fleet, free foldup carts with bungee cords and two loaded trailer trucks -- all in bright red with the white bull's-eye -- and sold roughly 7,000 Haier machines in seven hours.
"Previous platform trainers that used bungee cords did not work" says Wehrell.
Once they reached a clearing, the exercise in dependency and trust continued as the group of eight playacted the removal of a piece of "radioactive waste" using a ball, a bucket, and bungee cords, while Fisher and the three others remained blindfolded.
Again, a cut up cardboard box, which was painted like one of his toy police cars, was tied on to his chair with bungee cords. A wooden laundry rack was attached to the back of the chair and behind bars, propped up, was a"criminal" stuffed animal.