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  • n. A fan of the ReBoot CGI-animated television series.


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  • That's because Xbox Live gamers are increasingly turning to easy-to-use botnet software with names like "Bio Zombie Booter" to exact lingering revenge on their online foes, reports Christopher Boyd at

    Wired Top Stories

  • As the years roll by, if Freeh tries something new, the headline will be “Freeh Enterprise”; his closest aides will be known inside the Bureau as “Freeh Agents”; the narcotics chasers will be “Freeh Based”; the person who forces him to leave will be the “Freeh Booter,” leading to the “Freeh Fall”; any objection he raises to this will be known as the “Freeh Kick.”

    No Uncertain Terms

  • At least Booter took the medication and had the courage to try it again.

    Remember Me, Irene

  • He just made sure Booter took a pill for motion sickness before he came aboard.

    Remember Me, Irene

  • Booter became violently ill and they had to turn back.

    Remember Me, Irene

  • I remember that, because the first time Booter went out with them, the sea was a little rough.

    Remember Me, Irene

  • Coming from Booter, calling someone a liar could have been a statement of admiration.

    Remember Me, Irene

  • And that Booter says something like, ‘We should have expected this.’

    Remember Me, Irene

  • Roland Hill looked like an upgraded version of Booter Hodges.

    Remember Me, Irene

  • Booter Hodges arranges for the college to get grant money from the city for the studies.

    Remember Me, Irene


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