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- v. Present participle of pump.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from pump.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In electricity See surging, 2 .
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In windsurfing, what we call "pumping" is completely unlimited.
There's simply no sense in pumping my dead body full of chemicals to make me look alive again when I'm so obviously not, and then dropping eight grand on a walnut casket that would have been much better utilized as gunstocks.
The country is expected to begin pumping by the end of the year.
Chris Anderson, editor of pumping is the model Business free.
In fact, it was the service provided by the Phoenix in pumping salt water from the Bay while the municipal water mains were dry in a 40-square-block area, which enabled the SFFD to extinguish the major conflagration following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.
All this coupled with cheesy dialogue that populates many action films, a great story and adrenalin pumping soundtrack by Hans Zimmer.
George Soros must really be scared his puppet Obama won't be able to carry out his orders after November, so he is again pumping millions into the Democrat coffers, and is hyping up the hate speech on his move-on website, trying to further divide, with Obama's knowledge, this country.
I am concerned that if I begin pumping, the truck ahead of me will have a surprise tab at the pay booth.
Anecdotal evidence suggests that the first 4-6 weeks of nursing/pumping is the toughest – after that, it usually gets a lot easier for the majority of moms.
One woman said that every minute she was breastfeeding was another minute she had to be away from her child (since pumping is an off-the-clock activity).
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