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  • n. Plural form of thump.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of thump.


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  • Afraid … afraid … the word thumps in time with my heartbeat, even as Lucas soothes, I’ll go easy.


  • Using Military match case with Federal 215 mag primer and 58 grains of IMR 4831 behind a 190 grain thumps it out at 2814 fps. 7mm mag with a 154 grain @ 3000fps and a 150 out of a 30-06 is cranking out at 3100 fps!

    Return of the Model 70

  • And the question that kind of thumps through all of this is, is this a good book for Bush or a bad book for Bush?

    CNN Transcript Apr 25, 2004

  • Then, from different parts of the house rose sundry of the stolid hillmen and cast upon the stage little brown and dun bags that fell with soft "thumps" and did not rebound.


  • While it is true that palpitation of the heart is sometimes called "thumps," it must not be confounded with the affection under consideration.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • Kostyk's girlfriend Celynn Cantin, who was in the bathroom at the time of the killing and heard "thumps" coming from the front room, was convicted of obstructing justice along with - Home Page

  • Mr. Cave said that for the past six months, he had heard explosive "thumps" coming from the home. Top News and Blogs

  • If we let God the Potter put his Spirit within us and change us from the inside, we can be victorious over the "thumps" in our lives. - News

  • "thumps" the expiration appears to be a short, jerking movement of the flank.

    Common Diseases of Farm Animals

  • Brenda tried moving her legs and managed to make a few feeble thumps with her feet.

    Fatal Error


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