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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of expedite.
  • adj. accelerated
  • adj. arranged, executed or dispatched quickly or more efficiently


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  • And, just a few days later, to capitalize on the swell, his new label expedited the digital release of

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  • It looks like procrastinators placed their faith in expedited shipping, as the last business week before Christmas saw $2.25 billion in eCommerce.

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  • CBCThe five-year bans are called "expedited removals."

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  • But youre so wrong, it may seem totally dimwitted,desperate and a tad hysterical but in the nuclear industry its called 'expedited gravity enabled liquid coolant implementation'or EGELCI to the boffins .

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  • I’m going to be really annoyed if the current moment doesn’t result in expedited construction of the 2nd Avenue subway.

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  • The spokesman said he could not anticipate the outcome of the hearing, which is also known as an expedited or emergency review under Section 53 of the Licensing Act 2003, but did expect a full review to be held in due course.

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  • Most people don't think "video streaming" when they think "" -- heck, most people don't even think "video streaming" when they think "Amazon Prime," which is probably best known as the expedited shipping service for the Internet marketplace.

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  • Acer says that asylum seekers including refugees without passports or who hold visas considered invalid by immigration officers, are detained in a process known as expedited removal.

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  • One is that there are certain legalities that we're working with, old cases, for example under the Orantas (ph) case were El Salvadorians where we cannot apply what is known as expedited removal because of a pending case that goes back to the years of the Civil War in El Salvador.

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  • One of the most effective tools we have in this effort is a process called expedited removal.

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