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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He punched one victim who was serving a three-month sentence in the face, before forcing him to remove his underwear and "bunnyhop" to the showers after he had soiled himself.
Cyclists had to bike, jump, and bunnyhop around a 1.4-km course.
Its paws were bent over and it tried to bunnyhop, but screamed." Vets said the injuries, which included fractures to Ty's forelimbs, suggested the dog had its legs ripped apart, with one reporting: "The injuries were consistent with a person pulling a puppy by its forelimbs, using undue force."
Manual + bunnyhop + manual: Action of maintaining the front wheel balanced from the final part of the jump ramp until the decision to start an impulse action with landing in the descent from the obstacle, maintaining balance with the back wheel.
The different strokes have names like "bunnyhop", "climbing the rope" and "baker" - helping the kids remember them more easily.
You were embroiled a couple of years back in a controversy over a zinc called Bunnyhop that featured an unauthorized image of your Binky the Rabbit on the cover; it was forced by your legal people to destroy the covers of all remaining copies.
I read Bunnyhop before they used my character on the cover, and I have a great deal of sympathy for the zinc community and the First Amendment and I'm a member of the ACLU and all that.
With Bunnyhop, [editor] Noel Tolentino copyrighted his magazine.