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Synonyms for fast

Synonyms for fast

accomplished in very little time

marked by an absence of conventional restraint in sexual behavior; sexually unrestrained

permanently resistive to fading

persistently holding to something

firmly settled or positioned

adhering firmly and devotedly, as to a person, a cause, or a duty

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abstaining from food

abstain from certain foods, as for religious or medical reasons

abstain from eating

acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly

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(used of timepieces) indicating a time ahead of or later than the correct time

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at a rapid tempo

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(of surfaces) conducive to rapid speeds

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resistant to destruction or fading

unrestrained by convention or morality

hurried and brief

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securely fixed in place

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unwavering in devotion to friend or vow or cause

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(of a photographic lens or emulsion) causing a shortening of exposure time

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firmly or closely

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References in periodicals archive ?
It depends on the efficient release of calcium from sarcoplasmic reticulum which was not affected in fast muscles. The prolonged HRT in soleus muscle is due to increased type 1 fibers leading to a relative reduction in fast fibers especially 2A fibers causing the delay in calcium release14.
Kasuga, "Plasticity of the transverse tubules following denervation and subsequent reinnervation in rat slow and fast muscle fibres," Journal of Muscle Research and Cell Motility, vol.
Vrbova, "Impairment of developing fast muscles after nerve injury in the rat depends upon the period of denervation," Journal of the Neurological Sciences, vol.
Consistent with established patterns in crustacean muscles (Jahromi and Atwood, 1969; Ismail and Mykles, 1992; West, 1997), we detected significant differences in the myosin/actin ratio among the different fiber types, with the fast muscles having proportionately more myosin (Fig.