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Word: expedite

Definition: hasten; make go faster


Sentences Containing 'expedite'

According to IGN, the series follows the protagonists Gillian Eames and Lieutenant Riggins as they "race against the clock to stop the black market sale of a highly volatile biological agent that was originally designed by the military to expedite the recovery of soldiers wounded on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan."
Classification helps expedite the development of the prediction model, tremendously.
Four of the accused died, and eight witnesses, mostly relatives of Ansals turned hostile witness, despite High court responding to AVUT's plea and asking trial court in 2002, to expedite the case Meanwhile as the criminal trial dragged on, in 2003, a presiding judge commented upon the repeated requests (for adjournment) as being intended to delay the case.
In February 2013, Yoder became one of the sponsors of the Fair Access to Science and Technology Research Act to expedite open access to taxpayer-funded research.
It is designed to expedite travel cross the US-Canada border and makes use of biometric authentication technology, specifically "iris recognition biometric technology".
Lack of adequate skill-sets to expedite the march towards fourth industrial revolution 2.
Prompted by the start of the Korean War, on July 11, 1950, the Secretary of the Air Force asked the Secretary of Defense for approval to expedite construction of the permanent network.
Prompted by the start of the Korean War, on July 11, 1950, the Secretary of the Air Force asked the Secretary of Defense for approval to expedite construction of the second segment of the permanent network.
Since such were her feelings, it only remained, he thought, to secure and expedite a marriage, which, in his very first conversation with Wickham, he easily learned had never been his design.
The flight uses non-traditional management techniques to help expedite the delivery of space assets.
The port was lit on the night of the raid to expedite the unloading of supplies supporting Allied forces engaged in the battle for Rome and was working at full capacity.

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