from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. expeditious
- v. Common misconstruction of expedite.
- v. To injure (a dog) by cutting away the pads of the forefeet, thereby preventing it from hunting.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To hasten; to expedite.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To expedite.
Speaker of the House John Boehner talking after the House passed a bill to expediate approval of the Keystone XL pipeline project.
I am sure that a government intelligence agency could expediate the process for someone becoming a citizen by talking with immigration.
So yes, it is a tax issue (these things are best not thought of, they can expediate teh hair loss process, and what probably happened to Arnold)
As well we have McCallum in Ottawa today saying that the Libs may withdraw their support for the budget because of the 3 billion dollar fund to expediate projects.
Intellecap started up in 2003, with the aim to create and deliver mainstream, profitable solutions to address the problems of poverty and expediate sustainable development.
The Livingston, NJ post office has an official sign alerting customers that they can “expediate” renewal of passports for an increased fee.
Perception of this is that Council merely rubber stamped it so they could expediate the 2 day budget process in December.
Do nothing else besides expediate building permits.
If these observations confirm that the vessel is in the advance semicircle of the storm state, making reference to the vessel schedule, the action that the Master should take to expediate the voyage.
Errecting a latticework of weather control systems to expediate the process and make the planet more hospitable.