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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of expediate.
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And now they want to reward that conduct with expediated citizenship?
The USPTO, EPO and JPO have been meeting for a while to establish an application format for expediated examination among the offices.
Schweizerhall said it has also taken legal steps, including an expediated judiciary proceeding to enact immediate marketing approval.
The fall of the temple in Jerusalem was expediated by the burning of the stored food and oil, by the Zealous Biryonim.
Cuomo at a Capitol ceremony, signed the Article X bill that gives New York an expediated power plant siting process for the first time since the law expired under George Pataki.
Regarding Vedanta's project at Niyamgiri Hills, he maintained "our state forest secretary will meet the environment minister tomorrow to see that these matter is expediated."
Blogging has replaced the Pen Friend of old as the Internet has expediated communications worldwide.