Bungee



Aeronautics. any of certain springs or elastic tension devices, as the springs attached to movable controls of aircraft to facilitate their manipulation.
bungee cord.
Contemporary Examples

Muppet Beastie Boys, Robin Williams Tribute, and More Viral Videos The Daily Beast Video August 16, 2014
Megan McArdle on Why We Need to Jump Off the Fiscal Cliff Megan McArdle November 29, 2012

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