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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 JOLTS program, however, is a monthly survey and, as such, can produce these size class statistics monthly.
Modified Cone Jolt Test: This test measures bulk brittleness and is related to difficulty in pulling deep pockets in a pattern.
Right before the first jolt, we get a glimpse into the author's influences and thoughts on creative dark authors such as Poe.
Clarke said prison officials use four jolts to avoid problems such as fires or severe burning of the inmate.
5 earthquake jolted parts of Surigao del Norte, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said.
ISLAMABAD -- Another earthquake measuring 6.4 magnitude jolted Islamabad, Faisalabad, Dir, Chitral, Hingo, Swat, Abbottabad and Lahore as well as other cities on Wednesday afternoon.
Earlier last week, a low-intensity earthquake of 3.2 also jolted different areas of district Loralai of Balochistan in addition to one of 4.2 on the Richter scale in different areas of the scenic Swat valley.
Small jolts of low intensity usually hit the Hazara division, he added.
The optimum characteristics of this test are measured in the number of jolts needed to break the specimen.
It is familiar stuff, but there are plenty of jolts to keep horror fans pleased and enough laughs to help you through difficult moments.
This issue of the Review kicks off with the 2011 installment from the Bureau's Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) program.
The jolts were caused by shockwaves travelling from the epicentre of the earthquake, said the official, saying nothing about how deep in the earth it was.