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  1. Bounces

    Bounces is a 1985 sports/fighting game released for the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. Points are scored by catching and throwing the bouncing ball into a goal, or by knocking the opponent out with the ball or hand-to-hand combat. Each contestant is hampered by being attached to the wall by a length of elastic.

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    Alex
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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of bounces in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of bounces in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of bounces in a Sentence

  1. Tampa Bay goalie Ben Bishop:

    Obviously they got some bounces last game and some open looks,( but) I feel pretty confident in this building, i wasn't too worried about it. I was just looking forward to getting out there again.

  2. Sidney Crosby:

    If we work hard and do the right things, well earn our bounces.

  3. Nicolas Cheron:

    European stocks are driven by the forex market, big time, the drop in the euro has played a major role in the stock rally in Europe in the past few months even before quantitative easing was launched, and now, with short positions on the euro reaching extreme levels in the short term, European stocks look vulnerable to a pull-back if the currency bounces.

  4. Randy Frederick:

    When we have a huge down week like we've had and certainly on Friday, which was a big down day, you tend to see a few technical bounces.

  5. Kenneth Broux:

    We had the big fall in dollar/yen because investors were selling into bounces all the time regardless of what was happening in stocks, no matter what the BOJ was saying or doing.

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