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bumph

 (bŭmf)
n.
Variant of bumf.

bumph

(bʌmf)
n
a variant spelling of bumf
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bumph - reading materials (documents, written information) that you must read and deal with but that you think are extremely boring
reading material, reading - written material intended to be read; "the teacher assigned new readings"; "he bought some reading material at the airport"
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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bumph

n (Brit inf)
(= forms)Papierkram m (inf)
(= toilet paper)Klopapier nt (inf)
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In a June 2010 statement, the consortium behind TASS bragged that it had won formal EU authorisation for the scheme, which uses "real-time sensors" and various other tools to monitor aircraft, people, cargo, and restaurant areas in an airport separately and then blend all the resulting data in a "multisource labyrinth".The project is being coordinated by Verint, an Israeli supplier of surveillance equipment (or "actionable intelligence solutions",according to its own bumph).
BORO were brilliant against Cardiff - and that will do more to sell season tickets than all the off the field spin and bumph through the post.
All the bumph from Equation Lighting who were brought over from England to cost the job was sent to NITB for 'independent economic appraisal' as councilspeak put it.
According to the press bumph, high school is when the now 20-year-old Lauren Best actually penned the 12 numbers that make up Sticker Collection.
A few weeks later, three packages of bumph arrived, one for each shareholding.
TICKETS for tomorrow's GBGB Awards bash arrived last week, and it was very pleasing to see among the accompanying bumph that there is a 'quieter and faster route directly into the venue' for anyone arriving less than an hour before the 6.30pm kick-off, as Muttley wouldn't want to bump into any riffraff on the way in.
on one occasion dealt with accumulated "bumph" by burning down the squadron office.
A systolic blood pressure consistently over 140 (the top bit) and/or a diastolic blood pressure (the bottom bit) above 85 is considered to be "raised," according to the Superdrug bumph.
First time I went to a call box in town, dialled Faults, after all the bumph I got to "leave a contact number".
One night, close to Hallowe'en, a loud racket was heard in Eileen's room, and when her mother went to see what the matter was, the girl made enigmatic remarks about "Skeetchy and Bumph"-two odd-looking shadows that had been visiting her over the past three nights.'Oh go to sleep!'said a grumpy impatient Mrs Mack, and she closed the bedroom door and went back to bed.
The PR bumph describes Karak as playful, loud, energetic and cheeky - not unlike the Commonwealth Games which has to shout at the top of its voice to be heard in a crowded sporting scene where excellence is usually defined by global parameters.
She had to sign the bumph on each one to say she had read it even though there was nothing new in any of it.