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The idea is that you can reduce the pain of the procedure and get a jump-start on the post-procedure pain if you take OTC medications in advance.

Diosady estimates that it took $35 million, invested over 20 years, to develop the microencapsulation technology, test it in the field, and provide technical assistance to JVS to jump-start production.

Today, large-scale infrastructure projects like coal plants are helping jump-start economic activity that slowed early this year because of the coronavirus.

From Fortune

She got involved in interning as a way to jumpstart her budding modeling career.

Reaching those voters takes more than the Middle Class Jumpstart of worthy policy initiatives that Pelosi champions.

They know that they need fuel to jumpstart their day and support their training.

Obama won't just rely on his speech to jumpstart his stalled presidency.

Loved ones may be surprised when you suddenly jumpstart a string of hobbies, crafts and disciplines.

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On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jumpstart, such as: electrify, fire up, galvanize, hit the ground running, inspirit, and lead.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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