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expedite

(ĕk′spĕ-dīt″) [L. expeditus, unencumbered]
To facilitate or speed up any process, e.g., to review and publish the results of important research rapidly.
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TSA Pre is an expedited screening program that allows participating flyers to leave on their shoes, light outerwear and belt, keep their laptop in its case and keep 3-1-1 compliant liquids/gels in a carry-on bag.
Over the past few years, leading expedited carriers such as FedEx Custom Critical, Panther Expedited, Landstar Express America, and others have been able to market these upscale services not only as emergency game-savers, but as logical, timely solutions in a wide range of industries ranging from automotive to zoology.
Contents Background Overview Legislative History Current Policy Basics of Expedited Removal Expedited Removal Procedure at the Ports of Entry Arrivals at Sea Expansion Along the Border Statistics Issues Due Process Protections for Asylum Seekers Mandatory Detention of Asylum Seekers Coordination Across Agencies Expansion of Expedited Removal Protection of Rights Cost and Resources Removal Proceeding Delays Logistics Appendix A: Overview of [section] 240 Formal Removal Procedures List of Figures Figure 1.
Yet it got expedited service anyway because the IRS doesn't demand that an organization be devoted to disaster relief, only that it promise to do something disaster related.
At its most recent meeting in February, the committee recommended amending those guidelines, unanimously approving the following ten principles for expedited review of gene transfer protocols:
With their customers demanding fast, time-definite delivery of each and every shipment, a growing number of shippers are finding that the best way to keep their customers happy is to make expedited truck service their basic delivery method.