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boom·let

 (bo͞om′lĭt)
n.
A small boom, as in business, politics, or the birth rate.

boomlet

(ˈbuːmlɪt)
n
(Economics) a small, short-lived, economic boom

boom•let

(ˈbum lɪt)

n.
a brief increase, esp. in business activity or political popularity.
[1875–80, Amer.]
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Sarlin (2012) asserted that "Clinton's popularity--including with Republicans--has never been higher, prompting yet another boomlet of interest in a 2016 presidential run.
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The election of Hassan Rouhani as president of Iran has generated a boomlet of optimism, not only about the prospects for a deal on the nuclear question but also about the chances for a rapprochement between Iran and Saudi Arabia regarding the increasingly intense and increasingly sectarian regional struggle for influence.
Despite the confluence of such auspicious conditions, however, the jury is still out on whether we're witnessing a sustainable boom in M&A activity or an ephemeral boomlet.
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