- n. Plural form of bumper.
“The Elvira pardon the expression bumpers extend the overall running time to 99m 57s and are retained from a 1983 MOVIE MACABRE broadcast from KHJ-TV, when the "B-movie queen's" disposition was more that of a sour Valley Girl than the bubbly double entendriste we know and love today.”
“Others have suggested that Apple should give owners free rubber "bumpers" - sold for $29”
“It's possible that Apple will offer customers free iPhone "bumpers" - cases that snap around the iPhone's external antenna and seem to reduce or eliminate the reception problem.”
“As the men file into their cars, on the left side of each of their bumpers is a yellow and red sticker: "Huckabee for President.”
“The bumpers are the originals, and shine very well.”
“The bumpers were a hit, and for the first time we had a video done entirely here in Huntsville.”
“Apple has recommended that customers put rubber protective sleeves, or "bumpers," around the phone, a step that Consumer Reports also endorsed.”
“Others have suggested that Apple should give owners free rubber "bumpers" – sold for $29 (£25 in the UK) – which fit around the edge of the phone, ostensibly to protect it from damage, but which also cut the signal loss that is at the core of the dispute.”
“The wheels, cylinders, chimney stack, and 'bumpers' came from a rather tacky brass model of Stephenson's Rocket I bought for £5 at a car boot sale.”
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