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    Jump

    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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