- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of expedite.
“His much-touted "hardship program," whereby he supposedly expedites claims from the most destitute Madoff victims, appears to be little more than a part of his publicity effort.”
“On normal nights, Eduard expedites while Ferran observes how the kitchen is working, monitors the plates as they go out, and continues tasting new recipes.”
“Indianapolis International will be the first U.S. airport to restore the Registered Traveler program, which expedites airport security for pre-screened members.”
“Alpharadin, which Bayer develops with Norwegian partner Algeta ASA , was recently granted fast-track designation by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, which facilitates the development and expedites the review of drugs.”
“Dakota Wood, a military analyst at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, said Carter's group can help if it expedites critical equipment to Afghanistan, though he wondered if another task force was needed.”
“They seem doomed to die anyway, and the heavy drinking expedites the process.”
“Indianapolis will be the first U.S. airport to restore the Registered Traveler program, which expedites security for pre-screened members. flights | Comment | Recommend”
“If the high court waits until the various appellate courts act, unless it expedites the case, it is unlikely to rule on the health law before the 2012 election.”
“The intermediary between eating a cookie or piece of toast is insulin, which expedites the entrance of tryptophan into the brain.”
“This series of sculptural urban seating is made from TX Active Cement. – a special kind of cement containing a photocatalyzer that expedites the natural oxidation process of pollutants found in both natural and artificial light and transforms them into less harmful compounds such as water, nitrates and carbon dioxide.”
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