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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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The Wilson Pro product line features cell boosters designed and engineered for installation in larger areas where signals are generally weak or cannot penetrate because they are blocked by materials used in a building's construction, such as concrete and steel.
Fairfax County Public Schools in northeastern Virginia has 25 high schools, each with an athletic booster club.
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Requiring the replacement of existing boosters would force consumers, businesses and more than 1,000 government agencies to spend millions of dollars on new equipment, and to throw away older boosters that continue to function perfectly," said Joe Banos, COO at Wilson Electronics.
The fact that T-Mobile has joined Verizon Wireless in urging the FCC to adopt technical standards for signal boosters is very significant," said attorney Russell D.
The improvements mean that BEST BET boosters now outnumber seats in any of the three other categories for the first time since the Institute released its inaugural booster ratings in 2008.
After a brief free fall, the Pegasus booster engine will ignite and push the X-43A to its test speed and altitude.
It also features the highest signal gain for a consumer booster at 70 dB--for maximum coverage area indoors.
Benefits of these boosters include fewer dropped connections and no-service "dead zones," faster data transfer rates and improved battery life for cellular device users inside buildings with these boosters installed.
Saugus booster DeRousseau said their land-locked campus can barely accommodate all its athletic programs, let alone a new football stadium.
About 30 seconds after the explosion, range safety officers used remote control to detonate explosive charges that burst the boosters to prevent them from veering off toward land and hitting a populated area.
Palmdale Sheriff's Boosters president Ron Emard gives a $1,000 check to Sister Mary Michael as Sister Janelle, right, and station commander Capt.
com), manufacturer of North America's top-selling line of cellular signal boosters, will exhibit the company's solutions for improving cellular coverage, including 4G, at International CTIA Wireless 2011, March 22-24 in Orlando, Fla.
IIHS noted in their report, "We evaluated the safety belt fit boosters provide, not crash protection.
Suborbital tests were to be conducted atop space boosters launched from Florida.