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boost

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In radiation oncology the delivery of a large dose of radiation to a tumor in addition to the radiation supplied by an external beam.
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Or, if you do not wish to be boosted just yet, why not boost Cooky?
Of course the lads found out what was going on, and chaffed the girls about the "Seminary," as they called the new enterprise; but they thought it a good thing on the whole, kindly offered to give lessons in Greek and Latin gratis, and decided among themselves that "Rose was a little trump to give the Phebe-bird such a capital boost.
Thee'lt just tell yoong Measther that I'm sploiced to 'Tilly Price, and to be heerd on at the Saracen by latther, and that I bean't jealous of 'un--dang it, I'm loike to boost when I think o' that neight
Jamba Juice, Emeryville, CA, has launched a line of Functional smoothies, boosts and shots.
The original bar apparently boosts physical energy with guarana and vitamin B6.