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Booster Shot

The first report by an underwriter recommending that investors buy a new issue of a security. A booster shot intends to make the new issue more attractive to investors.
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In the United States, the Tdap booster is recommended at age 11 years, with Td booster shots to follow every 10 years.
For FPV, FHV and FCV, the AAFP recommends that all kittens be initially vaccinated as early as six weeks of age and receive booster shots every three to four weeks after that until they are about 16 weeks old.
Despite enjoying a decade of strong growth and stable economic conditions, the government has little room to manoeuvre to give the economy a booster shot in the arm when most needed - instead it is leaning on the business community to shore up its finances.
The vaccine requires a series of six shots in an 18-month period and a booster shot every year after that.
the kid who backed into a corner to avoid a booster shot .
Chapters discuss how vaccines work, the health detriments to over-vaccination such as increased risk of pet cancer or curtailment of the pet's immune system's ability to naturally fight off diseases, factors to keep in mind when deciding when the proper time is for a booster shot, and much more.
Currently, the FDA is reviewing a vaccine that would add pertussis protection to the tetanus-diphtheria booster shot routinely administered to eleven- and twelve-year-olds.
I added an immune booster shot (50p extra) to my energisingsmoothie, and it did make my cold feel better
A monthly seminar offered for those who had taken the introductory course showed the seminar functioned much like a booster shot that enabled program graduates to maintain mental fitness as they aged.
The Booster Shot could provide discussion points for the participant to think about prior to a coaching session.
That's the day that housing gets a booster shot of enthusiasm and the NAHB becomes that much stronger in fighting for our members' best interests.
The panelists acknowledged the Nielsen problems, but Hill predicted many sports events on TV could get a booster shot from "digital interactivity.