Jolly Jumper


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Jolly Jumper

n
(Furniture) trademark Canadian a type of fixed sprung baby harness in which an infant may be placed and allowed to bounce up and down for exercise
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At Christmas they got festive by donning jumpers for the charity's annual Jolly Jumper Day and volunteered their time at the Christmas concert at the St Martin in the Bullring Church.
She has worked with the bluesmen Louisiana Red, Bob Brozmann, Jolly Jumper and Big Mo in projects which have married blues with rembetika.
Also highly recommended for all ages is the colorful "Lucky Luke Adventure" graphic novel series by Morris, about a wild west cowboy who shoots faster than his own shadow; in the 55th book "Lucky Luke: Arizona" (9781849182683, $11.95) Lucky battles stage coach robbers and a gang of cheaters, and in the 56th book "Lucky Luke: Under a Western Sky" (9781849182737, $11.95) Lucky Luke enters a horse race to earn some much-needed money, but his faithful steed Jolly Jumper is stolen just before the race begins!
And if you really want to get in the mood, dig out that awfully jolly jumper your gran knitted you, and join in the fun...
If you thought baby kangaroos couldn't get any more heart-melting, just wait till you see one of them bouncing about in a Jolly Jumper.
In fact, the reference was to four cartoon brothers who were the bad guys in a Belgian comic series who try to outsmart Lucky Luke, the man that fires a gun faster than his shadow, fights crime and injustice, and succeeds with the help of his horse Jolly Jumper.
Jolly Jumper receives up to ten calls per month from people who think they have come up with the next best thing for kids.
Have you ever put a cauliflower in a Jolly Jumper? How do you know?
In Canada, we may have invented Pablum baby food, the Jolly Jumper, and even Trivial Pursuit, but there were no Canadians among those numerous inventors vying for patents on early film equipment.
Staff and children at The Oaks Day Nursery in Selly Oak raised PS1,577 for the hospital over the past 12 months through various fundraising activities including The Big Sleuth project, The Bear Crawl Marathon; walking a mile a day for a whole month and taking part in Jolly Jumper Day over Christmas.
The children raised PS275 over the Christmas period singing carols and donning Christmas jumpers for a Jolly Jumper day.