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The chestnut colt with a pronounced white blaze won on slop at the Kentucky Derby and Preakness; even on a faster track on a clear day at Belmont, his opponents couldn’t outrun him.
Two months after Erik Spoelstra spoke of Eric Glass being on the fast track to the Miami Heat coaching staff, the team Friday confirmed that Glass will coach the team during summer leagues in Sacramento and Las Vegas.
Jurado has been on a fast track through the minor league system ever since.
That project landed a director last week and is on the fast track.
The Trump administration plans to propose major changes to the federal civil service system by November, placing an overhaul of government personnel operations on a fast track.
Federal district judge Dana Christensen has put the cases on a fast track in hopes of coming to a decision before the grizzly hunting season begins this fall.
Wings The Wings era set BTS on the fast track to Stateside recognition as the album set the record for the highest-charting K-pop album on the Billboard 200 in October 2016.
That's right: the fast track to a prized life starts with music in the womb.
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FAST-TRACK Defined for English Language Learners
: a process or way of proceeding that produces a desired result quickly
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