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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 avionics system is considered the brains of the booster as it starts booster ignition, communicates with the SLS launch vehicle computers during flight, and initiates booster separation upon completion of the first stage burn.
Clarins' breakthrough line is the result of the French luxury skincare company's 10-year research on booster products.
Clarins BOOSTER ENERGY is designed to revitalise fatigued skin.
Under planned new rules backless booster seats - also known as booster cushions - would only be approved for use for children taller than 125cm and weighing more than 22kg (3st 6.
Extensive tests done by independent labs* prove Wilson cell boosters provide an indoor coverage area up to 6 times larger than competing boosters.
Gas boosters can be configured to either run continuously or to use automatic/thermostatic operation.
Most boosters are eligible for nonprofit status, but many parent volunteers believe the complicated IRS form is too burdensome, says Sandra Pfau Englund, executive director of Parent Booster USA, a national organization that gives legal guidance to nonprofit school support organizations.
HOUSTON (CyHAN)- The largest and most powerful solid rocket booster ever built for flight is being assembled for NASA's Space Launch System at ATK Space Systems in Brigham City, Utah, incorporating new cost-savings measures.
Cell Phone Booster Reviews is an online portal that contains the latest unbiased and expert product reviews as well as customer review suggestions.
A new design of booster which eliminates the time-consuming trial and error procedures often required for fine tuning control valves, is the latest product to be introduced by valve specialists Samson Controls.
A 2003 study found that children in a belt-positioning booster are 59% less likely to be injured in a crash than children that use a seat belt alone; and a 2006 study found that boosters reduce the risk of fatality by 28% among booster-aged children.
Previously, Evans cited vague data that kids are ``59 percent less likely to be injured'' using boosters.
The monkeys then received a series of booster treatments aimed at triggering the part of the immune system that protects the mucous membranes lining the vagina.
The metal complexes known as boosters are used mainly to activate these latter organic molecules but are also used in pure form[6].
The two proposed "safe harbor" standards consist of technical specifications designed to ensure that signal boosters manufactured for use by consumers do not cause interference to cellular service providers' networks.