from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as streamlet.


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  • There are already programs in place to help the poor; perhaps streamling them so that they are more effective is the answer.

    Health care bill postponed

  • In January, President Bush announced a series of directives aimed at streamling the export control application process for U.S. allies.

    CNN Transcript Apr 25, 2008

  • Boeing's approach originally was intended as a way to spread billions of dollars in development costs among a large number of suppliers, while also streamling its own manufacturing.

    Boeing Moves to Solve 787 Delays

  • The Codes might need some streamling or tweaking, but they ALREADY have the tools to address blighted properties.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » All Your Base Are Belong To Us

  • What GM needed to do to compete head-to-head with Nissan, Honda, and Toyota back then was to get lean and mean, to reduce its broad and duplicative assortments of brands and pour money into R&D and into streamling production.

    From On High

  • And I need help most with this work, namely some specialist to read through the chapters to see if I did not commit some glaring errors, plus help with streamling my non-native English usage. LANGUAGE AND NATIONALISM.

  • The Clinton administration's regulatory review executive order is a major step in streamling the regulatory process.

    Npr Monograph 7 On Regulatory Systems Part

  • Brussels says it will make getting an EU visa faster, streamling the legal issuing conditions.


  • I consider you to be an intuitive socialogist that operates well above what many call hipster because you are constantly honing in on the fun within organic cultures and streamling them in a manner that makes sense and doesn't seem forced.

  • mobile add-ons provide end-to-end solutions for extending the functionality and streamling the workflow of enterprise ERP and CRM applications for many of our clients 'accounting and sales-based operations. News Articles


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