swiftness


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a rate (usually rapid) at which something happens

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The company's portfolio of solutions and services, offered via its Ness SES, Ness CEE and SwiftNess subsidiaries, consists of software product development, system integration and application development and maintenance.
The speed cells performed just as well off the track, keeping track of swiftness as rats searched for chocolate crumbs.
We appreciate thoroughness is a necessity but also time, and speed and swiftness, is also important.
GREAT English sporting teams tend to achieve briefly, then implode with uncommon swiftness - yet none quite as rapidly as the cricket team moulded by Andy Flower.
It is heartening to see the swiftness with which the government of Bangladesh acted to make changes in the labor laws.
We are delighted with the positive outcome and are thankful to the TRA for the fairness and swiftness of the award process, held under the supervision of TRA chairman Dr Mohammed A Al Amer," said VIVA chief executive Ulaiyan Al Wetaid.
It was only in the tight that Bridgend matched the Drovers, but they were far behind in swiftness and execution.
He has scored twice and added a poacher's dimension to the attack, and swiftness.
course I miss her ferrari- like swiftness and she-chassis built low-down
Ladsous pointed out that this observer mission was sent with swiftness that is unprecedented in UN history, expressing deep gratitude for the mission's leader Gen.
They seem to forget that the ref is only human and subject in the swiftness of the game to make the odd error.
It's gotten a lot faster since, but expectations for swiftness have a way of staying a few steps ahead of technology.
Justin Burnell has praised the club management for the swiftness with which they dealt with the recent issues, and insists preparations to face Leinster have not been affected.
Hazard has the perfect profile for the Premier League because he has swiftness, is a very good dribbler and is able to find spaces for team-mates.
In his recent book When Brute Force Fails: How to Have Less Crime and Less Punishment (Princeton University Press), he argues that when it comes to punishment, there is a tradeoff between severity and swiftness.