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And the cab jolted in front of a steamy, greasy shop in a blaze of gas and in the smell of fried fish.
And the cab jolted. Mrs Verloc's mother expressed some misgivings.
I noted its effect on my small crew, when, breaking their backs and hearts at heaving up anchor in forty fathoms, they knocked off gasping and trembling at the end of half an hour and had new life put into them by stiff jolts of rum.
BEIRUT: Candidate for the Beirut I electoral district Nicolas Chammas said that Lebanon needs an "jolt" to escape the economic crisis.
Physical, mechanical, and dynamic measurements were taken on the samples using a number of common testing procedures, though the major focus was on the thermal erosion test and modified cone jolt toughness tests.
A TEENAGER was hit and killed by her uncle's van after being jolted into the road as her fiance put his umbrella away.
Java Jolt marketing manager Jenny Taylor-Gallagher said: "There are only a handful of eateries in the Dubai Silicon Oasis area and we wanted to provide something different for the people who work and live in the area.
What started out as an engineering lab project at MIT has developed into a proposed solution seeking crowd-funding, called Jolt Sensor.
The earthquake lasted about 30 seconds and felt lighter than Saturday's jolt.
Jolt Construction is located in Big Lake and specializes in highway sign manufacturing and installation, traffic control and maintenance, and hydro-seeding.
The Jolt Awards recognize the most innovative, trend-making, ahead-of-the-curve products.
Prosecutors accused a 26-year-old Emirati, M.A., a 25-year-old Bangladeshi, M.H., and a 56-year-old Omani, S.A., of abusing the camel, torturing it and giving her electric jolts to run faster.