Jolting Meaning and Definition in Dictionary
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- characterized by rough motion; "a bumpy ride"
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- In ‘Pride,’ ‘Sherlock’s’ Andrew Scott plays a man estranged from his homeland
Andrew Scott is very good at understatement. ?In recent years I?ve played a lot of ? um ? quite colorful characters,? he says. Most famously (at least in the States), he played the brilliant and very talkative psychopath Moriarty in the BBC?s ?Sherlock,? which should make it a jolting turn when fans of the show see him go quiet. Read more on this news related to 'Jolting'
- Violence in schools can't be solved with 'knee-jerk reactions'
The stabbing death of 19-year-old Hamid Aminzada at a Toronto high school is a jolting reminder of the dangers that permeate school walls. But the answer to violence is not measures like metal detectors, but early intervention programs, according to a safety advocate. Read more on this news related to 'Jolting'
- Overdue Idea: The escalating car horn
You hit the horn, the HONK jolting the guy from his trance. THE VICTIMS: Some drivers enter traffic just itching to lean on the horn, while some never use it, even if they may be completely justified. THE FIX: The world would be a better place if we could all calm down in our cars and lay off the horn except in times of emergency. Read more on this news related to 'Jolting'