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  • The accleration was driving by stronger industrial output, construction and exports, the General Statistics Office said Thursday.

    Growth Picks Up in Vietnam

  • Even attempts to help accelerate character development and entry into the PvP "endgame" have been countered by other design decisions that undercut any such accleration.

    MMOGs and Mulligans

  • However, the accleration in the growth in real fixed investment spending was confined to the public corporations sector - mainly

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • I'm in the Toyota biz and witnessed this sudden accleration.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • We know that force is equal to mass times acceleration, so the accleration due to friction will be the frictional force divided by mass: a = - μ*g.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Currently, there's no known electronic theory that establishes a clear link between the accleration events and electromagnetic interference of any kind, from space or Earth, according to NHTSA.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • Toyota owners reported they experienced sudden accleration for years.

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  • With OpenGL accleration in all main versions of Windows (and Linux), Parallels can handle programs that the other two virtualization apps just aren't capable of running at present.

    Macworld

  • It uses aircraft-grade aluminum for the body and a custom "Z-Force" power pack for enhanced accleration.

    Gizmodo

  • Under hard accleration you get the hp, while cruising you get better fuel economy - no impact on durability.

    The Oil Drum - Discussions about Energy and Our Future

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