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bolt

Regional slang for isobutyl nitrite, an alkyl nitrate inhaled as a recreational abuse substance.
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The position of the bolt face is changing with each movement.
Bolt, who has won eight Olympic and 11 world championship gold medals, is planning to quit the track after competing in the 100m and 4x100m relay in London.
I expect Bolt sales to ramp up further over the next few months, because a lot of U.
In the case of double-shear joints such as steel-wood-steel, possible load carrying capacities of the connection (Z) along with its failure modes are summarized in Table 1, where Fe is the dowel bearing strength of timber, t the wood member thickness, d and Myb are diameter and bending yield moment of bolt, respectively.
The former Bayern Munich team doctor has worked wonders as Bolt yet again outpaced the world in the 100m.
Bolt is a supplier of marine seismic energy sources and replacement parts, develops and manufactures underwater cables and connectors, related electronic controllers, monitoring systems, other auxiliary equipment besides designing and manufacturing miniature underwater remotely operated vehicles as well.
Three previous convictions and a total of 10 years spent in prison didn't deter Bolt from using phony documents, forged signatures, fake notary seals and fictitious people to steal unclaimed assets being held by the states of California and Nevada.
So it seemed apt last night's race was a head-to-head between Bolt - saviour of the sport - and two-time former doper Gatlin.
Micromax is also offering Bolt A27, featuring dual-SIM, Android 2.
I'm sure there are many shooters who can operate a bolt faster than I can.
Men's 100m gold medal winner: 4/6 Usain Bolt, 6/4 Yohan Blake, 10/1 Tyson Gay, 20/1 Justin Gatlin, 33/1 Asafa Powell, 50/1 Keston Bledman, Richard Thompson, Ryan Bailey; 150/1 Dwain Chambers.