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  • n. Plural form of trampoline.


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  • There are two courts that are wall to wall trampolines, which is a lot better than the one trampoline in a backyard.

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  • It then inserts "trampolines" inside of functions affected by the patch.

  • While objects such as trampolines have proven to be dangerous, many injuries arise from things that parents may assume are much safer.

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  • Doodler jumps upon various platforms and items such as trampolines and jet packs to climb high into the heavens.

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  • These gifts could be trips to the Caribbean islands, cars, or things such as trampolines or playhouses.


  • "I probably dreamed about him when I was younger, but these days my most common dream is falling off buildings and onto trampolines, which is great fun.

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  • There are also 10 trampolines, one for each member of the cast, under a series of trap doors.

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  • When you jump on those trampolines, the floor does not move at all.

    Gearing Up for 'Godspell'

  • Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal Hidden below the deck's surface is a 4,000-pound water tank used in the baptism scene and also 10 trampolines, one for each member of the cast, under a series of trap doors.

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  • Over the next year, the owners hope to bring a variety of exercise classes—incorporating trampolines, swords or ballroom dance—to nontraditional fitness venues throughout the five boroughs.

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