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Alternative form of jump-start.
(figuratively) To reactivate or rejuvenate.
Kitchen design ideas can inspire you to create your dream kitchen and jump start a kitchen renovation project.
Some feel mornings are best because that early morning workout can give your metabolism a jump-start that keeps you burning calories all day long.
Java enterprise technologies Microsoft got a jump-start with integrating Web services into the.NET framework.
Geoff said " From a homeless person's point of view, the project offers a fantastic jump-start to getting off the street.
New woodlands tend to have inherently low biodiversity and need the jump-start that bluebells and other woodland wildflowers provide.
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