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bolt

Regional slang for isobutyl nitrite, an alkyl nitrate inhaled as a recreational abuse substance.
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Snarling, struggling, choking, in a fresh madness of terror at this new outrage, Ben Bolt was slowly hoisted by his neck up from the floor, until, quite clear of it, whirling, squirming, battling, suspended by his neck like a man being hanged, his wind was shut off and he began to suffocate.
His helpless body guided thus by the tail, his chest jabbed by the iron fork in Mulcachy's hands, the rope was suddenly lowered, and Ben Bolt, with swimming brain, found himself seated in the chair.
And again, struggling frantically as the tightening collar shut off his wind, Ben Bolt was slowly lifted into the air.
Not on that first day, nor on the second, nor on the third, did the requisite something really break inside Ben Bolt.
Unlike Ben Bolt, there was nothing inside of him weak enough, or nervous enough, or high-strung enough, to break.
Pace out the distances with a wand at every five score, and do you, Arnaud, stand at the fifth wand to carry back my bolts to me.
Bolt lug lock up inside the extension is not as firm or true as many might think and this can be demonstrated in at least three ways.
Anyone that bets against Bolt at a major championship isn't smart," the Jamaica-born Canadian told Reuters.
Sales dipped a bit in February, after that initial rush of orders, but they've risen every month since as GM has ramped up production and gradually rolled out the Bolt to more dealers around the country.
Only one bolt can be assessed at a time with different clamp length and thread engagement lengths.
Keywords: Bolt spacing; end distance; load carrying capacity; LVL Sengon; timber joints.
In less than 10 seconds, Usain Bolt demolished the field to win the historic 100m race in 9.