Definition of Bootstraps

1. Noun. (plural of bootstrap) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bootstraps

1. bootstrap [v] - See also: bootstrap

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bootstraps

bootprints
boots
boots and all
boots on the ground
boots up
bootsplash
bootsplashes
bootstrap
bootstrap current
bootstrap paradox
bootstrap paradoxes
bootstrapped
bootstrapper
bootstrappers
bootstrapping
bootstraps (current term)
bootstripe
bootstripes
boottoppings
boottree
boottrees
bootup
bootups
booty calls
booty scratcher
booty scratchers
bootylicious

Literary usage of Bootstraps

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1. State of the Art in Probability and Statistics: Festschrift for Willem R by Mathisca de Gunst, Chris Klaassen, A. W. van der Vaart (2001)
"The first limit theory for exchange- ably weighted bootstraps was established by Mason and Newton (1992); they treated exchangeable bootstrapping of the ..."

2. Theories of Social Progress: A Critical Study of the Attempts to Formulate by Arthur James Todd (1918)
"In other words we are confronted with the problem of whether man can lift himself by his own bootstraps. To avoid any possible ambiguity we now propose to ..."

3. A Novel Proposition: Revolutionizing the Distribution of Wealth, Farm by David Lubin (1893)
"It is not a lifting of oneself up by the bootstraps at all. It is a distribution of wealth calculated to give that strength and stability to our country as ..."

4. Growing Apart: The Causes and Consequences of Global Wage Inequality by Albert Fishlow, Karen Parker (1999)
"See their “By Our Own bootstraps: Economic Opportunity and the Dynamics of Income ... See Peter Gottschalk, Notes on “By Their Own bootstraps,” mimeo., ..."

5. The Duality of His Life: Human Nature Versus Nurture: An Illustration of the ...by James Spade by James Spade (2006)
"Pull yourself up by your bootstraps.' So I worked hard. Real hard. And rose to a position of power and influence. Spent most of my time right here, in fact. ..."

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