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If it works, it should give FCA's bottom line a much-needed boost.

But Keurig has to find a way to boost sales of its machines.

What tricks have you used to boost your car’s trade-in value?

O) in the race to supply electric vehicles and boost energy storage.

It also authorizes the agency to hire more agents to boost security.

It could prove to be the most effective way for Europe to get a boost.

PLU aims to boost its number of students who call the South Sound home.

My runner-up finish last week definitely gave me a boost in confidence.

Britain's borrowing costs also fell as its government bonds got a boost.

One of the countries that should see a boost from cheaper oil is the US.

A state of emergency has been declared there in a bid to boost security.

Why not have the government boost every paycheck a low-wage worker gets?

Ford said cheaper fuel prices and low interest rates helped boost sales.

In the end, the two sides settled at around a 14 percent total pay boost.

Election boost Politically, for the EU, this is a bitter pill to swallow.

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