boing


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boing

(bɔɪŋ)
vb
to rebound making a noise
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On some aircrafts a boing sound heard after takeoff indicates that the landing gear is being retracted.
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Central RPL was founded by the 2011 merger of Central CRC and RPL Tradeframes and specialises in glazing manufacture from its base in West Bromwich Boing Boing Group founded Gary Morton said he had further plans to growth acquisition.
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A calendar with pictures of Nick Boing's lively antics is also set to be released.
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Manager Roy Hodgson admitted Baggies supporters have lost their "boing, boing", and that it has affected the players.
Tech website Boing Boing also went black, saying in part: 'Boing Boing is offline today, because the US Senate is considering legislation that would certainly kill us forever.
The absence of thousands of sites, such as Boing Boing, Reddit, and not to forget Wikipedia, is certainly being felt across the world.
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