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    In page layout, the continuation of an article on another page. The jump line (usually) indicates the page number on which the article is continued.

    In computing, jump refers to a computer instruction telling the program to go to a new set of instructions.

    In film and video editing, an abrupt cut or change in scene. (See Jump Cut.)

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