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a strap that is looped and sewn to the top of a boot for pulling it on

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help oneself, often through improvised means

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The economic recovery is a boot-strap, ground-up effort for all of us, and it begins with stronger local communities.
Oregon can boot-strap itself up from being the poster child for the many cash-strapped states across the nation.
The ADP1850 controller's high-level of integration includes a start-up linear regulator and a boot-strap diode for the high-side drive, which is ideal for high-density designs.
Additionally, he founded and led Sequel Imaging (computer peripherals) and achieved growth through boot-strap financing until the acquisition of Sequel by a Swiss company.
What started out 10 years ago on a boot-strap and a dream has rapidly grown into a business far exceeding anyone's expectations.
5V Output current 35A Switching frequency 1MHz PWM signal input LVTTL Low-side MOSFET shutdown function Built-in Boot-strap switch Built-in Package size 8mm x 8mm Package type QFN Number of terminals 56 Pricing and Availability
The provisioning system enables the loading of router configuration data such as boot-strap information, keys and other sensitive information directly into the eToken.
Memory remap enables the boot-strap loader in memory block-1 to be run at the onset of every MCU reset.
Included among these tool additions are the company's second generation Boot-Strap Loader (BSL) demo kit with enhanced Windows software, as well as SST's new FlashFlex51 SoftICE (software in-circuit emulator), a software utility that offers true in-circuit emulation capabilities through a popular third-party Windows monitor interface without requiring additional on-chip peripheral circuits and external components.
New Boot-Strap Loader Demo Kit Provides Cost Savings;