One cop who worked on the case joked that they would need a booster seat for the defense table.
booster programs supporting football and basketball at all colleges and universities should be banned.
But both are delivering a booster shot of testosterone to the GOP in a way few have managed to pull off of late.
At Woodbury Common, Shteir sees a “booster bag,” a purse or shopping bag designed for stealing, that had been seized by guards.
There is a set of booster vaccines at about kindergarten age, with a little bit of variation from practice to practice.
He was a booster and a joiner, but behind all of his activities was a wistful wonder as to what life holds.
The primary—ah, booster, as you say, breaks free at twelve miles.
He laid over and sliced into a mass of Messerschmitts ahead of him, opening his throttle wide and cutting in his booster.
They haven't got the booster or anything like it, or they'd have used it.
Four booster tugs were fastening, like sky-barnacles, onto the hull of the ancient derelict, Alpha.
booster boost·er (bōō'stər)
An additional dose of an immunizing agent, such as a vaccine or toxoid, given at a time after the initial dose to sustain the immune response elicited by the previous dose of the same agent. Also called booster dose, booster shot.
A data-parallel language.
"The Booster Language", E. Paalvast, TR PL 89-ITI-B-18, Inst voor Toegepaste Informatica TNO, Delft, 1989.