Having a major movie backing up the program can only bolster its relationship with MLB.
The bloody Sunday tragedy in Kandahar will bolster calls for a pullout both in the U.S. and Afghanistan.
It's going to need some of that incoming capital to bolster its businesses.
Low-income work was a necessity, either to make up for the absence of a man or to bolster his own low-income paycheck.
Some say to bolster his flagging ratings, others to distract attention from his birth certificate issue.
Start with a conviction of the man's guilt, and you'll go hunting up evidence to bolster that conviction.
But I will not attempt to bolster my position with authorities.
And I tried to bolster myself with the schemes we had for beating the Skandinavians out of this country's pulp-wood trade.
Presently, however, she came back with a dry pillow and bolster for him.
Most Spaniards who can afford it have their family or bolster doctor, the Medico de Cabecera, and their confessor.
Old English bolster "bolster, cushion, something stuffed so that it swells up," especially "long, stuffed pillow," from Proto-Germanic *bolkhstraz (cf. Old Norse bolstr, Danish, Swedish, Dutch bolster, German polster), from PIE *bhelgh- "to swell" (see belly (n.)).
mid-15c. (implied in bolstered), "propped up, made to bulge" (originally of a woman's breasts), from bolster (n.). Figurative sense is from c.1500, on the notion of "to support with a bolster, prop up." Related: Bolstering.
The Hebrew word _kebir_, rendered "pillow" in 1 Sam. 19:13, 16, but in Revised Version marg. "quilt" or "network," probably means some counterpane or veil intended to protect the head of the sleeper. A different Hebrew word (meraashoth') is used for "bolster" (1 Sam. 26:7, 11, 16). It is rightly rendered in Revised Version "at his head." In Gen. 28:11, 18 the Authorized Version renders it "for his pillows," and the Revised Version "under his head." In Ezek. 13:18, 20 another Hebrew word (kesathoth) is used, properly denoting "cushions" or "pillows," as so rendered both in the Authorized and the Revised Version.