Bumper had

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  • Bumper had never heard anything like it in his life. Cited from Bumper, The White Rabbit, by George Ethelbert Walsh
  • Up to this time Professor Bumper had said very little. Cited from Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders, V. Appleton
  • The next day Bumper had his turn, and then again the following day, but each time he returned home unsold. Cited from Bumper, The White Rabbit, by George Ethelbert Walsh
  • Professor Bumper had crawled forward over the mass of broken rock. Cited from Tom Swift & his Big Tunnel, by Victor Appleton
  • Bumper had accidentally found his way into the burrow through the hollow tree trunk! Cited from Bumper, The White Rabbit, by George Ethelbert Walsh
  • In one point Professor Bumper had done his rival an injustice. Cited from Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders, V. Appleton
  • Now, Bumper had never met a wild rabbit before, and this one certainly looked very dirty and uncouth compared to himself. Cited from Bumper, The White Rabbit, by George Ethelbert Walsh
  • When the chums returned from their sightseeing excursion, they found that Professor Bumper had arrived. Cited from Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders, V. Appleton
  • Being an experienced traveler Professor Bumper had arranged his baggage so that it could be carried by porters if necessary. Cited from Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders, V. Appleton
  • Professor Bumper had made up his own exploring party, consisting of himself and three native Indian diggers with their picks and shovels. Cited from Tom Swift & his Big Tunnel, by Victor Appleton
  • Bumper had no cold, and he decided to try his luck, but Topsy, a big rabbit, got in his way, and nearly bowled him over. Cited from Bumper, The White Rabbit, by George Ethelbert Walsh
  • The rear bumper had an optional center bumper guard that had to be ratcheted out of the way so the trunk cover could be lifted.
  • She was a sweet, womanly lady, but not exactly the kind of mistress Bumper had pictured belonging to. Cited from Bumper, The White Rabbit, by George Ethelbert Walsh
  • There were birds which Bumper had never seen before, some with startling plumage, and others with voices that sounded like flutes. Cited from Bumper, The White Rabbit, by George Ethelbert Walsh
  • Before Tom and Ned reached the place whence Professor Bumper had called, they heard strange noises, other than the imploring voice of their friend. Cited from Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders, V. Appleton
  • In the earlier models, the rear bumper had an optional center bumper guard that had to be ratcheted out of the way so the trunk cover could be lifted.
  • The wheels of the forward trucks had not left the track, but the impact of the heavy locomotive with the bumper had been so great that the latter was torn from its foundations. Cited from Tom Swift And His Electric Locomotive, by Appleton
  • Professor Bumper had made only a few remarks to the man who had so unexpectedly appeared out of the jungle when the scientist gave an exclamation of surprise at some of the answers made. Cited from Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders, V. Appleton
  • Unusually for Celicas, the rear bumper had cut-outs to house red reflectors and reversing lights.
  • Jimsy and Wheedles were greatly surprised and angered at the trick Bumper had played upon them, and they immediately began eating their carrots again as fast as they could. Cited from Bumper, The White Rabbit, by George Ethelbert Walsh
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