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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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We are ecstatic that the Jolt awards recognized us as a leader in the ALM space," said Jeff Amfahr, Surround SCM product manager.
An old lady offering prayers told that during jolt heavy sounds were heard.
This article discusses how JOLTS data can be used to shed light on patterns of hiring and separations in establishments of various sizes.
0 jolt about every 400 to 1,100 years, says Schweig.
The cone jolt toughness test measures the sand's bulk brittleness, and is related to difficulty in pulling deep pockets in a pattern and broken molds.
1) JOLTS data show that the cyclical downturn in job openings preceded the cyclical downturn in employment.
Failure in fewer than 30 jolts designates a brittle sand.
Our judges and their decisions is one of the major reasons the Jolts are so coveted," states the Jolt Awards website.
According to sources, strong earthquake jolts were also felt in several parts of the country including Rawalpindi, Lahore, Sargodha, Mandi Bahauddin, Khyber Agency, Peshawar, Mohmand Agency, Swat, Kohat, Nowshera, Chitral, Abbottabad, Mingora, Timergara, Mansehra, Malakand, Shangla, Battagram, Kohistan, Muzaffarabad etc.
1) It briefly describes the JOLTS program, highlights what job openings and labor turnover data reveal about the labor market and the economy, and compares and contrasts the JOLTS series with other comparable data series to understand and, in part, validate movements in the JOLTS data.