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bootstrapping

[′büt‚strap·iŋ]
(electronics)
A technique for lifting a generator circuit above ground by a voltage value derived from its own output signal.
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Our new Boot-Strap Loader is another example of the flexibility and versatility that our FlashFlex51 family offers customers," said Eugene Feng, director of marketing at SST.
Before Gary Megson dragged the Baggies up by their boot-straps - and before current owner Jeremy Peace got his hands on the club - the first team trained on a mudheap of a pitch at the back of the Halfords Lane stand.
It was, after all, an era where the pair did more than most to rebuild a troubled club and lift it up by their boot-straps.
CUNA Mutual Group Chief Economist Dave Colby said the Bank of America $5 monthly fee for debit card use "may be the catalyst for the pull yourself up by your own boot-straps recovery.
Expecting people in places like Merthyr or Blaenau Gwent to pull themselves up by their boot-straps or get on the next bus to find work, without anything like the public investment Cardiff has enjoyed is unrealistic and naive.
Everton are such a big club it also tends to get a bit overlooked that since taking over he has really lifted the club up by its boot-straps.
Everton are such a big club it also tends to get a bit overlooked that, since taking over, he has really lifted the club up by its boot-straps.
The split between the two great powers in racing is hard on Mulhern because she has set about pulling Goffs up by its boot-straps since taking over as chairman at the start of the year.