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  • v. Present participle of jumpstart.

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Examples

  • About 6 months after that they will claim victory in "jumpstarting" the recovery of New Orleans and revert back to classic rock.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • The horrific debt of the stimulus hasn’t come home yet, but we’re seeing it’s effect – nothing, or next to nothing; who knew that rewarding political allies with taxpayer money would be so useless in jumpstarting the economy again?

    All The Wrong Economic Decisions « Tai-Chi Policy

  • But the idea of jumpstarting the process and building the Google social graph

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • In his press conference this week President Obama said the economic focus is no longer saving the economy from crisis, but "jumpstarting" it to make a dent in unemployment.

    Dave Johnson: Education For We, The People Or For Private Profit?

  • In his press conference this week President Obama said the economic focus is no longer saving the economy from crisis, but "jumpstarting" it to make...

    Dave Johnson: Education For We, The People Or For Private Profit?

  • However, saving them was also about returning credit to its previous paths--"jumpstarting" securitization.

    Let 'em Fail, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Ravna had known that "jumpstarting" technology must be a topic in the ship's library.

    A Fire Upon the Deep

  • Jean's platform priorities, such as jumpstarting the country's barren agricultural sector via new rural villages or expanding its virtually non-existent public education system, still deserve an ample hearing among the country's political establishment - as does his demand that the elite stop shutting the Haitian diaspora out of the nation's civic and economic life.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • In his press conference today President Obama said the economic focus is no longer saving the economy from crisis, but "jumpstarting" it to make a dent in unemployment.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Those governments that engaged in massive spending and bailout of banks and corporations as a means of "jumpstarting" the economy, paid dearly at the polls.

    The Minority Report -

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