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jolt

Regional drug slang 
noun A strong reaction to a drug or abuse substance.
 
verb To inject a drug.
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The thermal erosion, wet tensile strength, modified cone jolt toughness and the friability tests were able to differentiate among various compactability levels.
Dobb's Annual Jolt Product Excellence Awards honor outstanding products that have "jolted" the software development industry, making the task of creating software more swift, simple and efficient.
Take a stab at 100 Jolts, and let his mind electrify you.
Three transmission lines in Ohio failed, producing a jolt of electricity that shut down large parts of the electrical transmission grid linking most of the Midwest, Northeast, and Eastern Canada.
JOLT: I heard he's after your wrestling slot, if that's what you mean.
According to a recent Associated Press report in the Lincoln Journal Star, Nebraska corrections Director Harold Clarke said prison officials could use one jolt of electricity to execute death row inmates, but that a judge's ruling that four jolts is unconstitutional could be disputed.
An unexpected jolt during a British Airways flight from London, UK to New York, USA resulted in injury to five people onboard.
He said the jolt left him with a sore neck - and has lodged a claim for pounds 1542 damages.
Stories that used to excite us with heroes clinging to rooftops now jolt us with tales of serial killers mutilating corpses.
It can be a dynamic process that checks physical properties such as wet tensile strength, cone jolt toughness and friability.
The epicenter of the quake was 7 km southeast of Pernik and 19 kilometers west of Sofia, very near to the epicenter of the 5.8-magnitude jolt which hit the region in the small hours of May 22.
If rocks along this boundary were to suddenly slide past each other, an earthquake would jolt the region.