Definitions

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  • adj. Growing rapidly

Etymologies

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fast +‎ growing

Examples

  • Africa needs to build its research and development (R&D) capacity to participate effectively in the fastgrowing concentrating solar power market.

    Endowment opportunities from atmospheric resources in Africa

  • Some countries in Southern Africa have very fastgrowing populations, and face the challenge of needing to increase food supplies to meet demand for food.

    Southern Africa and forests and woodlands

  • As two prominent Washington journalists struggle to avoid jail time over their refusal to disclose confidential sources, one of the biggest obstacles the reporters face is America's fastgrowing army of citizen Web loggers, or bloggers.

    Boing Boing: January 2, 2005 - January 8, 2005 Archives

  • A prolific, fastgrowing "urban" goat with high twinning and low mortality.

    1 Microcattle

  • What was unusual was that the inn was built in the mighty branches of a vallenwood tree, a graceful, fastgrowing giant that seemed to thrive around Solace.

    Kendermore

  • It is a fastgrowing, insect - and disease-resistant tree, and tolerates a wide range of soil conditions, including poorly drained and saline soils.

    Chapter 6

  • Ailanthus excelsa is a fastgrowing tree that regenerates well by coppicing.

    Chapter 7

  • Eucalyptus brassiana is a fastgrowing species with the capacity to produce coppice shoots.

    Chapter 5

  • Instead, mangium should be incorporated into trials with fastgrowing tropical trees such as leucaena, Pinus caribaea,

    Chapter 3

  • "Taungya" system of Burmese origin involving agriculture and forestry; it basically consists of clearing land for a cropping cycle followed by planting fastgrowing trees to provide lumber and rural improvement.

    Chapter 8

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