It would, after all, boot out the three companies.
There's hardly another boot out there that comes anywhere near as close as Frye does to speaking to the heart of Americana.
When it comes to TV or laptop cables – or any charger that has a big ‘brick’ attached to it – these are a little more clever as they often draw a small amount power while they’re essentially waiting for the TV or other device to boot out of standby mode.
Many close to Ms Silva now think her aim is to boot out the PT.
French presidents in trouble traditionally boot out their prime minister.
THE genius of democracy is that voters can boot out a government without damaging the state.
Some in Momentum want to reinstate “mandatory reselection”, enabling local members to boot out sitting Labour MPs.
Another thorny issue is how to boot out Bank of New York (BoNY), Argentina’s financial agent for the bonds issued under American law.
On April 26th, Ukraine's parliament ignored requests from its president, Leonid Kuchma, and voted to boot out the prime minister, Viktor Yushchenko.
The administration could do so by pressuring SWIFT, a Belgium-based messaging system that underpins most cross-border transfers, to boot out Chinese members.
And the administration even tried to boot out international college students if their college went online-only, a truly absurd move that was quickly reversed.
He wants to cut red tape, reform social programmes and boot out a Brazilian construction firm, Odebrecht, which has been the subject of various corruption scandals.
In November Bluebell Capital Partners, a London-based hedge fund that owns a stake in Danone, demanded that the firm boot out Mr Faber and split the role of chairman and CEO.
There has been a growing chorus of criticism of the central bank, with increasingly senior pro-Brexit politicians calling for the government to boot out its governor and take back control of monetary policy.
After America helped Cuban rebels boot out the Spanish it eventually conceded Cuban independence, but not without imposing the Platt amendment, which limited the new state’s ability to sign treaties and gave America the right to send in its army.
In last September's elections she was rewarded with a victory that allowed her to boot out the SPD from her government and form a more coherent, supposedly more reform-minded coalition with her preferred partner, the liberal Free Democratic Party (FDP).
But by asserting its ability to resume research on advanced centrifuges, take old equipment out of mothballs and enrich uranium to levels above those prescribed by the JCPOA it is greatly increasing its capacity to stockpile material which could relatively easily be enriched to weapons grade, were it to pull out of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and boot out the inspectors.
I felt so stupid, even though I’d left them all in the boot, out of sight.
If you do not see the USB or DVD media device listed within the boot options, you may need to reach out to the PC manufacturer for instructions for temporarily disabling Secure Boot in your BIOS settings.
A good boot will also have a well-thought-out lacing system that supports your foot, too.
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