bunny hop


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bunny hop

n
1. a jump executed with the feet held tightly together and the knees bent
2. (Cycle Racing) a jump over an obstacle executed by a person riding a bicycle and standing up on the pedals
3. (Dancing) US a dance performed by a line of people holding onto each other from behind and moving around the room tapping and stepping with each foot separately and then jumping with both feet held together
vb
4. (intr) to jump with the feet held tightly together and the knees bent
5. (Cycle Racing) to jump a bicycle over (an obstacle) without dismounting
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Bunny hop over to Rixos Premium Dubai for an eggstraordinary Easter weekend
On Good Friday, after you've had a go at the Cadbury Easter Egg hunt and the Easter crafts, you can try out the races - like bunny hop, obstacle race or, of course, the egg and spoon - mums and dads can have a go too.
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While he is tracked down there is a coup to make the Easter Bunny hop it.
Milky Milky and Bunny Hop are new beers from local brewery Peerless, alongside Brimstage's IPA, created to celebrate their 1000th brew.
There will be an egg hunt, Bunny Hop Race, the much-loved Egg and Spoon Race, Easter egg painting workshops and arts and crafts activities.
The events include a bunny hop race, an egg and spoon race, as well as painting worshops and other arts and crafts activities.
Taking second was another Ilonggo from Bacolod City Negros Occidental, Tzuko Benaban who landed a bunny hop 360-bar spin.
Enjoy games, races and storytelling with the Mad Hatter, play crocquet with Alice and Bunny Hop with the White Rabbit.
WHAT: The Easter Bunny will lead children in the Bunny Hop before joining them in the Willows Easter Garden for the Easter Egg Hunt, with treats for those who take part.
When the left-handed pensioner, 78 yesterday, came to the 86-yard 11th, the Bunny Hop, in the Dale Garage Open, his ace at the blind green added to his sponsor's outlay - pounds 70 for drinks all round in the clubhouse.
It follows the near-cancellation of a fundraising bunny hop for Hope House Hospice on health and safety grounds, the abandonment of a football cup match because of sheep droppings on the pitch and the sight of Santa forced to wear a bright life jacket in Conwy while touring the town by boat.