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booster

1. n. a shoplifter. The cops hauled in two boosters by noon.
2. n. a supporter (of someone or some cause). I’m a booster of lots of good causes.
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7% of the organic peptizing agent content and is lower by the factor 2-4 than that of the pure booster, Renacit 8 (B 300).
It's been a long road, but the current proposed specifications have received thorough vetting by other carriers, helping us ensure that consumer signal boosters will not interfere with the networks," said Joe Banos, Wilson Electronics COO.
Special support for some teams and not for others may be another manifestation of private agendas within a booster club.
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Extensive tests done by independent labs* prove Wilson cell boosters provide an indoor coverage area up to 6 times larger than competing boosters.
Fairfax County Public Schools in northeastern Virginia has 25 high schools, each with an athletic booster club.
Arens claims that, in volume production, the OEM could add the Plasma Booster to his current system for about $1/car without having to add a separate box under the hood.
Alternatively, anyone can book a free, expert consultation and discover how Booster can revitalize every facet of a business's marketing strategy.
Canadian Tire donated 200 booster seats for this initiative.
Remove Unused Empty Folders: PC Win Booster allows you to remove empty folder that are not useful.
Telford and other booster members decided to reward qualities other than academics.
With individual booster clubs (one per sport), you find all of them tapping the same resources.
Smart Booster, a South Florida engineering partnership has developed a proprietary technology designed to eliminate consumer cell phone booster interference.
com, a top provider of signal booster kits since 2001.
We went from brainstorm to booster drop in just 135 days,'' said David Gump, president of t/Space.