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Possible Answers: LEAP.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 20 Nov 2017, Monday
Random information on the term “Jump”:
Jump is a village in the metropolitan borough of Barnsley in South Yorkshire, England.
According to local legend, Jump village was named Jump after a stream that ran through the village and the local coal miners having to ‘jump’ over the stream to gain access.
The parish church is St George’s, in the Diocese of Sheffield.
Jump has a small selection of pubs and a Working Mens Club:
Also, the village hosts a traditional Fish and Chip shop, a butcher, a hairdresser, a convenience store and a Post Office. Recently opening in the village is a Sure Start nursery school, which is in the centre of the village. The village also has a local school for young children, Jump Primary School.
Two football teams from the village have competed in the FA Cup: Jump Home Guard F.C. and Jump Working Mens Club F.C.
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Random information on the term “LEAP”:
A split leap or split jump is a sequence of body movements in which a person assumes a split position after leaping or jumping from the floor, respectively, while still in the air. Split leaps and split jumps are both found in various genres of dance including acro, ballet and jazz dance, and in gymnastics. Split jumps may also serve as a form of exercise, and the term split jump is also commonly used to describe similar body movements in figure skating.
Some types of split leaps and jumps are named according to the type of split that is performed, while others may use nomenclature associated with specific dance genres. For example, a straddle (sometimes called side) split leap incorporates a straddle split, with legs extended symmetrically to the sides, whereas a grand jeté, which involves a front split, derives its name from ballet terminology. A stag split leap is a split leap in which one knee is bent, whereas both knees are bent in a double stag split leap.
A ballerina performing a grand jeté.