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  • n. As much as the boot of a car can hold; a trunkload.
  • n. The work done by a boot loader; the startup of an operating system.


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boot +‎ load


  • Most of the commercial drinks are basically water, dyes, additives, sugar or artificial sweeteners and a bootload of caffeine.

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  • Now, on the client, how far are we from eschewing the need for a heavy OS if the most popular browsers can add these common services, while the VM vendors provide bootload and hypervisors and minimal console. reply

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  • Five years later I handed out a bootload of the stuff when I was digging up the Roman Villa at Beach's Barn on SPTA with Time Team as part of the token Army presence.

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  • If you remember from above to enter bootload mode we simply hold down the device button and plug it in.

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  • Will Chrome the OS bootload, manage the HAL (hardware abstraction layer, and GDI)?

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  • - San Jose Mercury News bootload @mario "day in the life" classic "Arc" feedback on Old black at the end #ny bsaitz mets/yanks in rain delay on mlb. tv -- is NY the new Seattle (with the rain) intellibitz Former Attorney Anthony Leonardo, in Poor Health,

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  • There's plenty of extra software included in there as well: YouTube, a business card scanner, remote desktop, internet sharing, a bootload of game demos, Jetcet Print, Sprite Backup, a JVM,



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