Definitions for "Rebound"
to recover, as from sickness, psychological shock, or disappointment.
The act of rebounding; resilience.
recovery, as from sickness, psychological shock, or disappointment.
To spring back; to start back; to be sent back or reverberated by elastic force on collision with another body; as, a rebounding echo.
To give back an echo.
To send back; to reverberate.
Keywords:  rally, jilted, spike, climbs, friends
A rally following a decrease in price.
return to a former condition; "The jilted lover soon rallied and found new friends"; "The stock market rallied"
a power spike that occurs when the building interior temperature climbs above the upper limit before the peak period is over and triggers a return to air conditioning
Also known as discontinuation symptoms, these occur when the benzodiazepines are withdrawn. These symptoms are an aspect of withdrawal in which the patient develops anxiety, insomnia, or other serious emotional reactions that are more intense than before treatment with the drug was begun.
To recover. In the context of remediation, rebound tests are used to see whether contamination reoccurs after removal or treatment.
Return of the original symptoms when maneuvers or treatment is discontinued.
Keywords:  dolittle, carr, daddy, steve, lawrence
Rebound (2005) is a comedy starring Martin Lawrence. The film was directed by Steve Carr who has directed several other films including for Next Friday, Dr. Dolittle 2, and Daddy Day Care.
Pain occuring when the examiner suddenly releases pressure of the examining hand, allowing locally inflamed tissues to return suddenly to their normal position.
A severe and sudden change that occurs in psoriasis when systemic therapy is suddenly halted. This change leaves the patient’s psoriasis in a significantly worse condition than before the treatment was started. Rebound may also include a change in the nature of the psoriasis, for example, from plaque to pustular form. In some cases, rebound may be recognized early as new onset, severe and extensive erythema.
a solid, high-top skate shoe, strongly stitched with a nice long list of special features, including DC's special DGT sole, with three different hardnesses of rubber used to provide better skateboard control along with higher durrability
Increased sleepiness after stimulant use.
An increase in viral load following a previous decrease due to anti-HIV therapy.
Increases in viral load above a set limit for a period of time. For example, a person may be rebounding if his or her viral load is 400 copies/mL for several months and subsequently 400 copies/mL at three consecutive clinic visits. These parameters vary among doctors. "Blips" are transient increases.
Refers to a book in which the binding has been repaired, re-sewn or replaced entirely.
A copy of a book which has had the original binding removed and a new binding attached; when there is no need to resew or trim the book, the term "recased" is sometimes used to indicate that a new binding and new endpapers have been added.
The book has had an entire new binding attached.
Within the context of dating, to rebound refers to the undefined period of time following a particularly painful break-up, when the reboundee is psychologically incapable of making healthy judgements and decisions regarding suitable partners often involving breaking The Rules. ie. "Nick is on the rebound."; "Jane is Nick's rebound". If it is used in the latter sense, then a rebound is described as the partner that someone has following a breakup.
Also called upwarping, this is the uplift of a regional area of the Earth's crust, usually as a result of the release of isostatic pressure, e.g. melting of an ice sheet.
Keywords:  somogyi, glucose, swing, low, sudden
A swing to a high level of glucose (sugar) in the blood after having a low level. See also: Somogyi effect.
A sudden swing from a low blood glucose level to a high one.
Keywords:  loins, chicken, soup
Chicken soup for the loins.
Concrete that does not adhere to a surface to which it has been spray-applied (see gunite and shotcrete).
a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration; "he is still on the rebound from his wife's death"
Confession of personal sins leading to restoration of fellowship (1 John 1:9).
Rebound is a reimplementation of the game called Diamonds which existed for the Macintosh in the early 90s. It is a cross between a puzzle and an action game.
Keywords:  buzz, wrong, chance, toss, answer
In a Toss-up question situation, if one member on Team A buzzes in answers the question wrong, a member of Team B automatically gets the chance to answer it. The Team B member would buzz in and write an answer. This is called a rebound.
Keywords:  abuse, polymer, inc, super, panel
A fabric covered abuse resistant panel manufactured by Wall Technology, Inc. using super strong co-polymer face covered in fabric.
Keywords:  repeatedly, horse, bound
To bound again or repeatedly, as a horse.
The extension of an air actuator beyond its design height. ( 099)
Keywords:  recall, default, last, browser, ability
The ability of a file browser to recall the location last viewed See also: default location
Keywords:  beautiful, thing
a beautiful thing