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Synonyms for to boot

in addition, by way of addition


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His parents were given a choice between sending him to boot camp and sending him to juvenile detention.
announced recently a cost-effective joint solution that allows storage administrators to use SANRAD's iSCSI V-Switch in conjunction with emBoot's netBoot/i software to enable servers to boot off the IP SAN using any standard Ethernet network interface, eliminating the need for internal server disk drives.
To Boot, it's a commodity, and those who enlist in his proposed "Freedom Legion" would be disposable cannon fodder: "U.
In order to boot to the SCSI drive, a setting had to be made in the BIOS instructing the system to boot from SCSI.
To send kids away to boot camp for three or four months and then send them back to a bad situation in the community won't help much.