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In medicine, refers to a vaccination given after a previous vaccination. A booster helps maintain or increase a protective immune response.
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A small metal tube containing secondary high explosive that is crimped onto the end of the detonating cord. This explosive component is designed to provide reliable detonation transfer between perfora [..]
Source: glossary.oilfield.slb.com

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1890, "one who boosts" something, agent noun from boost (v.). Electrical sense is recorded from 1894. Young child's booster chair is attested under that name from 1960.
Source: etymonline.com

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A second or later dose of a vaccine given to increase the immune response to the original dose.
Source: hiv.va.gov

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The auxiliary part of a propulsion system of a missile that supplies the thrust during the launch and initial phase of a flight.
Source: nti.org

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An additional dose of a vaccine taken after the first dose to maintain or renew the first one
Source: medindia.net

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The bosses of cantilever brakes and centerpull brakes can flex outward when the brake is applied hard. This contributes to a "spongy" feeling to the brake lever, and, in some cases, the extr [..]
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A device inserted into a line (or cable) to increase the voltage.
Source: southwire.com

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(n) a person who backs a politician or a team etc.(n) someone who is an active supporter and advocate(n) a thief who steals goods that are in a store(n) an amplifier for restoring the strength of [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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In medicine, refers to a vaccination given after a previous vaccination. A booster helps maintain or increase a protective immune response.
Source: carcinoid.org

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– See Backless child restraint, Belt-positioning booster, Combination seat, Shield booster.
Source: carseat.org

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 A ‘Booster’ is another name for a ‘multiplier’. A booster allows you to earn up to 10 times your entry fee provided you finish near the top 10 to 20 percent of the league (depending on the type of booster).
Source: fantasyfives.co.uk

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Part of an ultrasonic machine. It is used to increase the amplitude of the vibration which, eventually, will reach the sonotrode.
Source: sonicitalia.com

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Top up vaccinations, given to cats at approximately yearly intervals, or as advised by your veterinary surgeon.
Source: cats.org.uk

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In medicine, refers to a vaccination given after a previous vaccination. A booster helps maintain or increase a protective immune response.
Source: dana-farber.org

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A vaccine dose given to stimulate the immune system’s memory response.
Source: historyofvaccines.org

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Administration of an additional vaccination to help increase or speed the immune response to a previous vaccination.
Source: archive.hhs.gov

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a second or later vaccine dose given after the primary dose(s) to increase the immune response to the original vaccine antigen(s). The vaccine given as the booster dose may or may not be the same as t [..]
Source: malariavaccine.org

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Extra dose of vaccine that builds up immunity to the disease the vaccine protects against.
Source: hse.ie

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[boo-stuh] Another dose of a vaccine given after the first dose to increase the effectiveness of the immunisation.
Source: immunisationscotland.org.uk

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Administration of an additional vaccination to help increase or speed the immune response to a previous vaccination.[2]
Source: vaclib.org

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a supplemental vaccine dose needed to "boost" antibody levels after protection begins to decline
Source: vhcprojectimmunereadiness.com

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Administration of an additional vaccination to help increase or speed the immune response to a previous vaccination.
Source: poultrymed.com

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A secondary immunization used to increase a weak immune response to a primary immunization.
Source: dddmag.com

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The act of colliding with another vessel in space, causing it to bounce away. Often used as a crowd control tactic and to stop a ship from warping away by preventing alignment. See Manual Piloting.
Source: wiki.eveuniversity.org

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The first stage of a missile or rocket.
Source: thespacerace.com

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A compressor used to raise pressure in a gas or oil pipeline.
Source: northwesternenergy.com

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