- n. A surname.
- Middle English sped ("good fortune"). (Wiktionary)
“The site in Linden, about 100 miles east of San Francisco, was identified on a map drawn by convicted killer Wesley Shermantine who was part of a duo whose methamphetamine-fuelled violence earned them the moniker "Speed Freak Killers".”
“Keanu's acting tends to be a bit hit & miss I think, but going by the great chemistry they had together in 'Speed', I hope they can pull it off again in this one ...”
“He was jokingly referring to Piven's run in Speed-the-Plow, which was shortened by the actor's mercury poisoning.”
“Speed is also rewarded by the nation's credit-rating agencies, which give higher grades to mortgage service firms that accelerate the foreclosure process and generally hand out lower grades to those who hold onto delinquent loans.”
“Speed is an enemy of manipulation -- encourage it.”
“Speed is left to the liners, who run the silk, and tea, and spices.”
“This one is physical, the kissing cousin to another painful term "Speed Bags.”
““Speed is not the first objective – fairness is,” Mr. Coleman said.”
“With modern rangefinders Speed is not as important as being smooth and quiet.”
“Speed is Gomez's strength — he has six steals in six attempts — but he was starting to hit before the shoulder tightened up.”
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