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bumping

1. With a strong, often enjoyable, beat. This song is really bumping—let's dance!
2. Bustling or busy. Sorry I was gone so long, the deli was really bumping.
3. Very good or excellent. I had a bumping night at the concert, didn't you?
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bumping

1. mod. [of music] having a good beat. Man, this music is bumping. I can feel the beat.
2. mod. crowded and busy. This place is bumping. Let’s sit in the corner, out of the way.
3. mod. really good; cool. We had a bumping time at Tiff’s last night.
See also: bump
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Several locks offer increased protection against bumping. There are non-consumer-grade cylinders available that are rated as high-security and carry a UL437 rating.
There are many variables that determine if a burglar can open a lock by bumping and if a property is at risk of being targeted; the level of risk to the apartment industry through bumping remains unknown.
The ball bumping process is a variation of this wire bonding operation.
While genuine "bumping" dismissals will be by reason of redundancy, employers must be sure that they can establish that the dismissal was caused by the redundancy situation.
The EAT's decision means that employers may need to, at the very least, consider bumping in order for a dismissal for redundancy to be fair, even if the employee has not raised the issue.
As a matter of fact, ASE has been researching solder bumping for wafers of different sizes and has applied over 30 patents for its efforts.
The solder bumping process requires that solder be deposited on an under-bump metalization on a chip bond pad.
"There is a pent-up demand for high-speed and accurate 3D inspection to help device manufacturers accelerate their process development and ultimately improve bumping yields.
There is no need for expensive evaporation equipment or mask aligners as required for many solder bumping techniques, and the bumps are formed in one step as opposed to deposition of several layers of metal.
"This order is further confirmation that the world's bumping industry leaders recognize August Technology and the NSX Series as market leaders in bump inspection," said Dan Nelson, NSX product manager.
Conventional bumping uses high lead content alloys, which evaporate quickly.
Many WLPs are fabricated using virtually the same bumping process used for conventional flip chip bumped die.