A trampoline is a gymnastics and recreation device. Trampoline may also refer to: In music: ...
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- gymnastic apparatus consisting of a strong canvas sheet attached with springs to a metal frame
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The space on a catamaran, usually made of some kind of mesh, located between the two hulls. It's a place for the crew (like a cockpit on dinghies and cruisers).
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gymnastic apparatus consisting of a strong canvas sheet attached with springs to a metal frame; used for tumbling
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an elevated, resilient webbed bed or canvas sheet supported by springs in a metal frame and used as a springboard for tumbling. Trampolining, or ... [1 related articles]
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Trampoline was a Thoroughbred racehorse. Her most notable accomplishment was foaling the great sire, Glencoe. Trampoline was by Tramp, who produced five classic winners and two very good sires, including Lottery. Web, the dam of Trampoline, was also granddam to the 1,000 Guineas and Epsom Oaks winner Cobweb, through her daughter Fil
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A trampoline, when used in the context of a sailboat, is a very high strength material under high tension woven together in strips to provide flat areas in between hull members on Catamarans or Trimarans. This results in a lightweight decking that allows water to pass through, as holes are intentionally left in the weave for th
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A trampoline is a device consisting of a piece of taut, strong fabric stretched over a steel frame using many coiled springs. People bounce on trampolines for recreational and competitive purposes. The fabric on which users bounce (commonly known as the `bounce mat` or `trampoline bed`) is not elastic in itself; the elasticity is provided by t...
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In computer programming, the word trampoline has a number of meanings, and is generally associated with jumps (i.e., moving to different code paths). == Low Level Programming == Trampolines (sometimes referred to as indirect jump vectors) are memory locations holding addresses pointing to interrupt service routines, I/O routines
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athletic equipment used for jumping into the air
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The fabric support that serves for seating between the hulls of a catamaran.
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A trampoline is a canvas sheet attached to a horizontal metal framework by springs to provide a resilient platform for acrobats.
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[Steel Train album]
Trampoline is the second full-length studio album released by Steel Train. ==Track listing== ==Personnel== ...
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[The Mavericks album]
Trampoline is the fifth studio album by American country music band The Mavericks. The album was released on March 10, 1998 by MCA Nashville. It features the singles "To Be with You," "Dance the Night Away" and "I`ve Got This Feeling." Although none of these singles were Top 40 hits on the U.S. country charts, "Dance t
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Trampoline is a full-service marketing, branding, advertising and web development agency headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The firm was founded in 1988 and originally named Page & Wood. The agency was renamed Trampoline Creative Inc. in 2004 and has operated as Trampoline and Trampoline Branding. In July of 2011 Tr
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