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a rapid means of achieving a goal

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For example, a 65-year-old slow tracker (earning 3-percent raises) with a 30-year career in a hypothetical cash balance plan might be entitled to retirement income (if he chooses an annuity) of 39 percent of pay, while the 65-year-old average employee (earning 5-percent raises) would receive 30 percent and the 65-year-old fast tracker (earning 7-percent raises) would get only 22 percent.
A brilliantly fast tracker in his day, Yeah Man has only had a handful of greyhounds on the tracks thus far, but they are displaying huge promise and two of his early winners are Droopys Toosey and Droopys Nyhan.
Another returning to the track after a lay-off, Kylegrove Flight, is pencilled in for a four-bend spin, as trainer Derek Knight seeks to get this tremendously fast tracker back into the sort of shape which enabled him to blitz round Wimbledon and become ante-post third favourite for last year's premier Classic.
This hugely fast tracker is breaking much better now, and got away smartly from trap six.
The explosively fast tracker has suffered a sequence of defeats since burning up the Stow sand with a 28.
Representing the Ardfert Mick Derby-winning team of Noel Clifford and Frances O'Donnell, he is a hugely fast tracker and is also perfectly suited by the huge Dundalk straights.
Phantom Flash was a tremendously fast tracker and, while trained by Nick Savva, won such events as the British Breeders Produce Stakes at Wembley, the Anglo-Irish International at Wimbledon, the Scottish Derby at Shawfield and the Archie Scott Memorial at Hall Green.