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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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MAAS will also allow RollerBall the opportunity to make an impact on the look of the soft boot.
Experts estimate that 80 percent of the world's snowboard population uses soft boots.
Rendered in meticulously cut goat suede and Merino Twinface, these sleek and luxuriously soft boots feature a leather logo-embossed heel and chic color combinations in a rich fall palette.
The store went on to build a full collection of ski equipment, including not only traditional skinny X-C skis and soft boots but also beefier Alpine touring gear.
Soft boots or socks with non-slip soles for when they start to pull themselves up to stand.
The thin whine and clash of steel and the sound of the men panting echoed through the room, their soft boots slid and stamped on the marble.
She would dance the lezghinka, a macho Georgian folk dance, up on her knuckled toes in soft boots to entertain him when invited to the Kremlin.
99; Daisy Roots soft boots - pounds 7-pounds 14; RIGHT GEAR: Madonna and Lourdes DESIGNER KIDS: Sarah Harris at Little Wish with outfits by Dolce & Gabbana and Juicy Couture and (left) Brooklyn Beckham in a trendy Wale Adeyemi hat