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Traffic rebounded slightly in 2017, helped by the opening of four new high-speed lines that added 700 kilometers of fast track.
This team also appears to be on the fast track to respectability, partially due to the acquisition of slot receiver Jarvis Landry, Beckham's best buddy from their college days in Baton Rouge.
Andela, in Lagos, is a fast track programming center which is training Africans to be top developers.
Republican leadership fast tracked the proposal Thursday after more than a month of legislative inaction and weeks of vocal protests from Arizona teachers demanding higher wages.
Azar is pushing more ways to fast track generic drugs to the market and enacting polices to discourage drug makers from raising prices.
The legislation appeared to be on a fast track where it could be sent to the governor with sufficient time remaining in the session to override Hogan’s promised veto.
The congressman dispatched a letter Monday to Gov. Kay Ivey, calling for plans in his Congressional district to widen I-565 between Madison and I-65 to be put on the fast track.
The technology is putting Kroger on the fast track in the grocery game, similar to Amazon Go, the cashier-less grocery store from Amazon which opened in January in Seattle.
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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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