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booting

Drug slang
A regional term for the intravenous injection of an abuse substance, followed by withdrawing blood into a syringe before reinjecting, as a way to wash the syringe out of residual abuse substace.

Informatics
See Boot.
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Benzene emissions from urban roads are less uncertain than other hydrocarbons, except naphthalene, due to the important proportion of cold start emissions with lower sensitivity to the input data.
The note also said the Indian military could be hampered by a lack of political will to implement the Cold Start doctrine.
The AFL-Maxwell cold start system can ensure engine starts for commercial vehicles, thus eliminating the lost down time of jump starts.
the power input during the melt-in on the cold start and sinter start-ups and its normal melting process was reviewed and reduced during the initial melting of the charge.
What began as a criticism of Cold Start has now fed into Pakistan's complex regional strategy to outflank India on Afghanistan and come out tops with the United States.
Hyundai's First V6 Diesel features BorgWarner Turbocharger and Cold Start Technology
Oil comes up-to-temperature more quickly after a cold start, and remains cooler under load.
Orlando (1-8) update: The Magic is off to a cold start and is playing back-to-back road games, after losing at Denver on Friday night.
The month got off to a cold start with the coldest March day (2.
Huntingdon Good to Firm, Firm in places (watering to improve); A cold start.
14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Alcoa AFL Automotive and Maxwell Technologies announced today that they have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on the development of a cold start system for the commercial transportation market.
A cold start to spring also hit sales of carbonated drinks such as Tango and Pepsi, which the group produces under licence.