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bounce box

bounce box
 n.— «We couldn’t stay too long though; we needed to do shopping for the next section and fill a resupply box for Tuolome and ship this out and do all our stuff with our bounce box. it was kind of a rush because shopping needed to be done in bishop but our bounce box was in independance and there was only one bus going at 1:30.» —“7/3, Independence/Bishop” by Aaron Doss Google Groups: dosspct2006 Aug. 10, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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