rapidity


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On receiving this united discharge of small-arms, the front of the flock darted upward, while, at the same instant, myriads of those in the rear rushed with amazing rapidity into their places, so that, when the column of white smoke gushed from the mouth of the little cannon, an accumulated mass of objects was gliding over its point of direction.
W shot down the stream with great rapidity, generally at th rate of ten knots an hour.
Such is the rapidity of Magical Mo that he has now scored 31 times in 37 games which equals the tally of that supreme master craftsman Luis Suarez in his final season at Liverpool before departing to become part of another Fab Three at Barca.
Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif said on Friday that Clean Drinking Water project had been set up in six tehsils of the South Punjab and would be extended to additional 31 districts with rapidity.
Prevention and the control of the extent and rapidity of the change is the only hope for the curtailment of entropy.
The Dolphin Force would be equipped with skills to hunt criminals in the dingy streets of the metropolis in a course that would also enable them to respond with rapidity in the face of any criminal act, he added.
The Dolphin Force, comprising 700 policemen, is being equipped with skills to hunt criminals in the dingy streets of the metropolis in a course that will also enable them to respond with rapidity in the face of any criminal act.
Rapidity means decisions have to be made within a week," he told reporters ahead of an emergency summit of Eurozone leaders He added that the Greek proposals that have been earlier announced in the Eurogroup finance ministers meeting must be refined.
6-To improve the rapidity and quality of field responses in relation with new trends, new substances and adulterants.
He said: "I was surprised at the rapidity at which ministers came out and dumped on the Attorney General and to isolate [her] as if this was all her fault.
He explained that the global economic crisis which begun in 2007 has undergone major three episodes: the financial turbulence of late 2007 to 2008; the intensification of the crisis multiplied by the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the rapidity of the transmission of financial shocks and most recently, the eurozone's sovereign risk problems.
But the rapidity of this price rise was stunning - even by music industry standards.
Following their meeting, Abdullah expressed appreciation to the role of NNA in conveying news and information and said that the NNA is their primary news source due to its rapidity.
The group's commanders will hope the rapidity of their reaction just five days after bin Laden was killed, will inspire affiliates to attack the West.
This occurs with immense rapidity in a faction of a millisecond.