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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
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However, it would be a totally different scenario if Pakistan's territorial integrity is threatened or breached by a Cold Start type conventional or nuclear attack.
FIGURE 9 The pie chart shows the compositions of NMOG (E85 fuel) slipping out of close-coupled TWC during cold start (from 0 to 50 seconds measured by FTIR).
The diesel cold start concept catalyst can reduce the cold start emissions by storing HC and N[O.sub.x] at low temperatures with very high efficiencies where typical emission control catalysts have not reached their operating temperatures.
[7] conducted the in situ experiments, in their work, the PEMFC cold start processes from subfreezing temperature under constant current densities were directly studied, meanwhile, the effects of MEA characteristics and initial water content were investigated.
Fernandes, basically was referring to 'Sunderji Doctrine', a successor to Cold Start, according to which seven defensive 'holding corps' with relatively limited offensive power, were deployed near Pakistan's border while Indian Army retained its offensive capabilities in 'Strike Corps' made up of mechanized infantry with extensive artillery support but stationed further away from the border.
Asif, deterrence stability in South Asia was confronted by multiple and grievous challenges, ranging from new limited war fighting concepts in the shape of Cold Start Doctrine to acquisition of destabilizing technology like ballistic missile defense system, nuclearisation of Indian Ocean and massive increase in India's conventional defense spending over $80 billion against Pakistan's little over $6bn.
In this background, the study evaluates TNWs on a conceptual platform, examines the role of India's Cold Start Doctrine/Proactive Military Strategy and Pakistan's embryonic concept of TNWs in deterrence stability and instability in South Asia, in order to draw pertinent lessons for Pakistan to ensure deterrence stability in the region.
Zhu, "Granular association rule mining through parametric rough sets for cold start recommendation," https://arxiv.org/abs/1210.0065.
For the purpose of improving the diesel engine cold start performance, the heat assistance devices, mainly glow plug, are widely used.
We will see a cold start with some frost, but mostly dry and bright with some winter sunshine through the day.
The oil will warm as the engine heats up, but for a period after a cold start, there will be a hazard of static electric build-up in the oil and of potentially damaging spontaneous discharge.
The Doppler frequency shift, being greater in LEO, mainly complicates and prolongs a cold start of the GPS receiver.