crash program

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a rapid and intense course of training or research (usually undertaken in an emergency)

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'Makaka-devise sila ng programa para magkaroon ng crash program ng training para mapabilis.
He directed the commissioner Karachi and provincial secretary health in addition to the declared eleven union councils also to identify other most vulnerable and polio affected UCs of Karachi, encircle these areas with cordon off security and launch a crash program for administering polio drops to more than 107000 reported children and this process be repeated again and again.
For that purpose, PLN plans to open more power plants with a generating capacity of 3,786 MW, as part of the first phase of the 10,000 MW crash program.
He says they're running a crash program to give basic training and hope to add 15 to 20 new judges to the Kandahar court system in the coming months.
When noting the August 1949 Soviet detonation of an atomic bomb, the authors should mention that the Soviet detonation spurred Truman's January 1950 order to proceed with a crash program to develop the hydrogen bomb.
Almost every adult would get Christmas work in the community under the 'crash program' given to the peasants by Public Works.
"We still make steel embossing rollers for some applications," says Dirk Mathjis, Benecke-Kaliko's program manager, North America, Automotive Interiors, "but this technology is far superior in that it allows us to do things that are not possible with steel rollers." Those things include producing grains with a tolerance of 10-15 microns, the ability to place multiple grains on a single roller for comparison purposes, offering a quick turnaround time (about four weeks on a crash program, though more time is better), and easy replication should the surface of the silicone become damaged or wear.
Under Secretary of State Nick Burns then splashed cold water on Iran's alleged crash program to acquire nuclear weapons.
The box is sadly lagging behind the bits and bytes, and, 10 years ago, Gelernter called for a crash program. "We ought to start teaching Velazquez, Degas, and Matisse to young technologists right now on an emergency basis.
-- "Crash program to install new nanosolar technologies (not the old-style panels..these are coatings) on every outdoor roof surface and sell back excess electricity back to the grid."
In fact, we probably couldn't do it in 10 years, not without a crash program. Perhaps "crash" is not a word we should apply to space travel.
The United States must invest in infrastructure that levels the playing field for competing alternatives in a crash program akin to the Apollo moon shot or the Marshall Plan.
Kim Jong-il and his fellow slave masters are trying to dictate the pace of events by setting a timetable of nuclearization, based on a crash program wrung from their human property.
AS WAR LOOMED on the American horizon, a crash program to build standardized freighters, the Liberty Ships, began.
I got to the end of chapter eight, "This Is Not a Test," and could discern only three reform ideas from Friedman: embark on an "all-hands-on-deck, no-holds-barred, no-budget-too-large crash program for science and engineering education"; make community college affordable for everyone; and scold parents into doing a better job.