Recent Examples of streamlined from the Web
But as the toys became simplified and more streamlined, the game itself became bigger and more ambitious.
Yes, shortages of ARVs occurred in some places last year, but that was only because of speed bumps in a shift away from regional drug purchase and distribution to a more streamlined, cost-effective federally run program.
While the final details are still being worked out, the House will combine most of the bills into a more streamlined package before sending it over to the Senate for consideration, the aide said.
But the shoddy implementation will continue to call more results into question and disrepute until things are more streamlined, efficient and, most importantly, corrected.
Performance apparel has evolved over the past decade, and jackets are lighter, thinner, and more streamlined than ever.
With a compact menu of burritos, tacos and tortas, Comal Next Door is a more simplified and streamlined version of the flagship operation only feet away.
Beautiful Art Deco designed building, very streamlined.
That’s excellent news for your lunch hour: While the chain has had a solid online ordering system in place for a while now, the drive-thru windows promise to make the pick-up experience more streamlined and a *lot* more convenient.
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Definition of streamlined for Students
- It was … a streamlined car of graceful design.
- —E. B. White, Stuart Little
- They developed a streamlined manufacturing process.
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