jumpers

[n] - a coverall worn by children
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Jumpers

Water pipe installed in a water meter pit (before the water meter is installed), or electric wire that is installed in the electric house panel meter socket before the meter is installed. This is sometimes illegal.
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Jumpers

Water pipe installed in a water meter pit (before the water meter is installed), or electric wire that is installed in the electric house panel meter socket before the meter is installed. This is sometimes illegal.
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Jumpers

Multi-core cables used to provide electrical connections between railway vehicles. Presumably they allowed the electricity to "jump" between coaches. The term is also used as a slang for persons who jump in front of moving trains to commit suicide.
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jumpers

This is a course consisting of mostly Jumps. (In most cases Tunnels are also included, in AKC you have Jumpers with Weaves in which Weave poles are also included)
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Jumpers

Jumpers is a play by Tom Stoppard which was first performed in 1972. It explores and satirises the field of academic philosophy, likening it to a less-than skilful competitive gymnastics display. Jumpers raises questions such as `What do we know?` and `Where do values come from?` It is set in an alternative reality where some British astronaut...
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Jumpers

Water pipe installed in a water meter pit (before the water meter is installed), or electric wire th
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