travel rapidly

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2 : to travel rapidly in or as if in a rocket <.
Neutrinos seem ideal for tinkering with Cepheids because these subatomic particles travel rapidly and interact with matter so weakly that they could penetrate all the way to the star's core.
The technology we have now is helping us travel rapidly to the location of the emergency.
After a relatively few fatigue cycles, these cracks propagated to the nearby rivets, which were patterned in a straight line, allowing the crack to travel rapidly, nearly instantaneously, from rivet to rivet.
But demand for overseas travel rapidly shrank in Japan after the terror attacks on the U.
Myelin helps messages travel rapidly along nerve cells.
He said: ``Vehicles are no longer able to travel rapidly through the area because of the humps.
Inhaled chemicals travel rapidly from the lungs through the blood to the brain and other organs.
With the stress of business travel rapidly escalating, it can be hard to keep up with the rigours of working on the road and the physical demands on the body.
The first view of the eclipse will be just north of Land's End, and then it will travel rapidly across most of Cornwall and South Devon.
A snowmobile is a high-performance motorized vehicle mounted on a track and skis that enable it to travel rapidly deep into remote snow-covered wilderness areas, where it gets stuck.