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- n. The property of being fast; swiftness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being speedy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being speedy; quickness; celerity; haste; despatch.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a rate that is rapid
CA provided what you sought and I'm quite surprised at your speediness to support the Obama team in light of the fact that he has stated his intent to level NASA funding until the direction has been clarified.
"We selected Tokyo Aim because we found the market attractive due to its flexibility and speediness in various procedures," Chief Executive Officer Tadashi Fujisawa said at a news conference.
Little else, under the circumstances, can really explain this puzzling turn-of-events and both nations are already voicing their displeasure at the speediness with which action has been undertaken.
Facey's fascination with overlooked sax and bass-clarinet visionary Eric Dolphy drives the band's current work, and it's full of variety, from boppish speediness to free-contrapuntal ensemble spontaneity.
The built-in search system that the Omnibar offers is a major plus, along with the general speediness.
It is not about forcing speediness it is about speed coming to you automatically through the flow state.
"One of the key factors behind why we have been able to generate a certain degree of profit is due to the speediness in our efforts," he said.
It possesses both narrative heft and a slippery speediness.
PC World's Ginny Mies summed it up as "a winner with its solid hardware, multimedia capabilities, and speediness."
Drugwise: "messiness" rather than loviness, speediness or stonedness seems to be the optimum state.
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