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bolt

Regional slang for isobutyl nitrite, an alkyl nitrate inhaled as a recreational abuse substance.
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Stepping to a near safe distance, he lashed Ben Bolt on the nose.
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.
It's hard to say exactly how many Bolts GM will have to sell to declare it a "success.
Rotational self-loosening of bolted joint is one of the predominant failure modes, especially for bolts under vibration loading.
Dowel-type connection covers bolts, dowel, and nail fasteners.
In the case of 700 and 40X Remington actions, the bolts are very close in dimension as measured from the rear of the locking lug surfaces to the face of the bolt.
If sideskirt bolts are loose, you could lose a sideskirt AND increase risk
Yes, it might sound simple, but I thought bolts were under the hood, in my workshop and on the swing set.