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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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Spring Irrigation System Startup - The Contractor shall have all
One "seat" provides the effective processing equivalent of one human operator, working at peak speed levels from system startup to shutdown.
SSM and DSS modules feature digital display of setpoint and process temperature, auto/manual mode selection, and a heater dryout function automatically actuated during system startup.
Volvo delivered 320 articulated buses in 2000 in conjunction with system startup.
During testing Defrag Manager was able to significantly reduce system startup times.
At system startup, the Digital Power Manager uses this stored information to initialize up to 32 POLs.
Once installed on a system, the worm modifies a registry key to ensure its execution on every system startup, and initializes a backdoor component made available through IRC, and awaiting orders in a specified channel.
At system startup, this stored information is used to initialize up to 32 programmable Z-Point-Of-Load (Z-POL(TM)) converters.
In addition to the supply of barrier technology, B&B ARMR will also provide installation and system startup support through its field services division.
This parametric information is used to program the point-of-load converters at system startup.
It closely integrates the image processor's engine and hardware elements to eliminate unnecessary processing tasks, accelerating system startup and other internal camera processes.
The issues identified included the following: (1) speeding up the process from system startup to termination, (2) improving real-time responsiveness, (3) reducing the memory capacity required, (4) reducing power consumption, and (5) enhancing video and graphics display functions.