Jolt sentence example

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  • At every jolt he again felt unendurable pain; his feverishness increased and he grew delirious.

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  • Something warm touched her back, and a jolt of hot electricity made her sit upright.

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  • Jackson felt a jolt go straight through to his core, leaving him breathless.

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  • The wolf's were Elisabeth's, and he felt the familiar jolt he always had from her.

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  • Her knees hit the floor with a grinding jolt, and the fox seized the opportunity.

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  • It needed but a jolt to bring down the crazy anachronism, and the jolt came when, in 1558-60, floods of Muscovites poured over the land, threatening the whole province with destruction.

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  • A sharp electrical jolt knocked out each new arrival.

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  • Many bank... Savers given nasty jolt by cuts.

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  • Liven up the bedroom with a jolt of red.

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  • When the stopping jolt came, it nearly knocked the wind out of him with its abruptness, but he'd fallen only to the level of Shipton's knees.

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  • One good jolt or a drop can disable your laptop and leave you helpless.

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  • Looking for some arm exercises guaranteed to jolt your muscles into action?

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  • Most guys love the jolt of adrenaline, whether it's from playing sports, watching them on TV, or climbing up a mountain.

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  • You can count on turning a few heads or, at the very least, adding a little jolt to your outfit with the addition of one of these bright, cheerful bags!

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  • The frying stopped, and she felt another jolt.

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  • As well as its ' public gaming servers jolt also provides tailored solutions for game developers, publishers and companies.

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  • For an extra jolt, add cooled espresso to the basic chocolate martini recipe and garnish with a few chocolate covered espresso beans.

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  • It tastes great and can he give you a great jolt of energy in the afternoon when you're starting to feel the evening slump.

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  • There is slight jolt of tannin that slips away and the wine finishes with its fruit flavors at the forefront.

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  • The jolt is quick and lasts for a couple of hours.

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  • She recalled her night with a jolt and sat, expecting men to leap from the shadows to rape her.

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  • Anything you think constitutes a serious breach of Jolt ethic must be brought quickly to the attention of an admins.

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  • Each disk sent a little jolt of anticipation through his arm, an electric shock of promise.

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  • But the concept of the balance of power as part of the immutable law of nature received a jolt in the Age of Enlightenment.

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  • There was a loud bang and a severe jolt was felt through the airframe.

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  • The real jolt came with the Russian crisis in August 1998.

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  • These use liquid propellant set off by a jolt of high current through tungsten wire.

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  • A news story can jolt your emotions, explain the complex, reveal something new or maybe even make you change your mind.

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  • It brought me out of my warm stupor with a jolt and I thought it was time I moved myself.

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  • All day he shivers at the thought of the bugs which will inevitably appear to jolt his smooth consummation.

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  • To help give your creative mind a jolt and open the idea floodgate, we bring you the interior design pictures below.

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  • An electric jolt or a belly full of fiber glass is definitely not what you had in mind when you first decided on building a dog house for your canine companion.

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  • Nighttime leg cramps occur while a person is about to fall asleep or is about to wake, with a sudden jolt of tightness and pain that can't be stopped.

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  • Anyone interested in the role should contact Bigfoot, Jolt's Community Manager.

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  • Tomorrow AM may require a lot of jolt cola.

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  • We no longer feel the visceral jolt of understanding what he want through.

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  • Several stronger injury reports haunted the ride, including an incident in July 2006 when one of the coaster's support beams cracked because of the weight of the train, causing a severe jolt that injured 27 riders.

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  • In these situations, the body needs a sudden jolt of sugar to get back on the right keel, meaning the sugar poses no danger, hence no insulin response and no accompanying crash an hour later.

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