“Then in the summer of 2000 the process was handed the mother of all jump-starts from the European Commission.”
“In an interview with The Washington Post, he said he would be convening a “fiscal responsibility summit” before presenting his first budget to Congress and added that he would direct his team to tackle “entitlement reform and long-term budget deficits soon after it jump-starts job growth and the stock market”:”
“I hope it jump-starts your writing, and if it does, I may borrow your trick.”
“Dumping your ideas on paper like this jump-starts your creativity; the very act of writing in long-hand often has a freeing effect on your mind's internal censors.”
“Mr. Corker's comments were the latest twist in what has become a saga of dead ends and jump-starts.”
“Ms. Mijnssen fleshes out the evening with lots of actual flesh, and her effective combination of simple slapstick and frank sexuality jump-starts the moribund farce back to life.”
“The time is now for comprehensive clean energy and climate legislation that jump-starts our economy, strengthens national security, and leads to a healthier planet.”
“And the short-term stress of mobilizing against the initial crisis jump-starts the body's positive responses.”
“Already the continent boasts the world's highest rate of urbanization, which jump-starts growth through industrialization and economies of scale.”
“In exchange, a large tax break can be fashioned for employers and employees that jump-starts consumption, encourages hiring and thereby reduces the risk of a double dip without busting the budget.”
‘jump-starts’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for jump-starts.