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a rapid means of achieving a goal

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Roy Kinnear, Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles, said: The launch of Fast-Track provides our valued customers with a great option for sending shipments when time is of the essence.
Wyden has taken extraordinary heat from his party's left wing for his role crafting the fast-track bill.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday notified the names of six judges for fast-track courts set up to conduct the speedy trial of rape cases in the metropolis.
The Obama Administration has made significant progress on a complex Pacific Basin trade agreement known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership without fast-track authority.
Other respondents noted that the fast-track procedure had both advantages and disadvantages.
For retailers, the most prevalent reason to fast-track is the high cost of rent per sf in the metro area.
Designation as a fast-track product is designed to expedite regulatory review of the Bronchitol NDA.
Mayor Villaraigosa's deal on the takeover of the Los Angeles Unified School District, has made it past the Senate Education Committee, part of a fast-track push to gain full approval by next year.
Robison explained that such a waiver is appropriate since fast-track cases remain under Compliance jurisdiction.
Then too, in an effort to compete with both the for-profits and the online programs from brick and mortars, many traditional IHEs have reformatted their on-campus curricula, offering new class schedules and times, opening satellite branches to reach new cohorts of students, and implementing fast-track certificate programs to minimize class time for busy Learners.
and presidential aspirant] John Edwards voted against fast-track in 2002 after voting for an earlier version.
A MIDLAND university has attracted just ONE student to a fast-track, teacher-training programme - sparking further fears of a crisis in the profession.
In an effort to expand trade and reassure potential trading partners, the administration is seeking fast-track trade negotiating authority from Congress.