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the activity of flying in a hot-air balloon
the sport of jumping with a parachute from high places such as buildings or mountains
the sport of jumping from a very high place while attached to a long piece of rubber that is just short enough to prevent you from hitting the ground. Each jump is called a bungee jump, and the person who jumps is called a bungee jumper.
to fall into an area from an aircraft, especially using a parachute
the part of a parachute jump when someone falls quickly towards the ground before the parachute opens
someone who jumps from a plane wearing a parachute
the sport of jumping from a plane or a high place and floating slowly to the ground wearing a type of parachute that allows you to control where you go
a sport in which you move through the air wearing a parachute while being pulled by a boat
a sport in which you wear a special parachute that carries you into the air when a car or boat pulls you
the string that you pull to open a parachute or to fill a lifejacket with air
the sport of jumping out of a plane and falling for as long as possible before opening your parachute. Someone who does this is a skydiver.
a sport that involves jumping from an aircraft with a surfboard and a parachute and riding on the currents of air
a medical test in which blood cells are taken from the body and examined to find out if they are healthyBuzzWord Article
someone on a film set who takes care of plants, trees, and other various landscaping materials like rocks, gravel, sand, etc.add a word
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