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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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Ragsdale, USN, (Gold Star in Lieu of Third Award), Material Expeditor, Priority Material Office Detachment Norfolk, Va., April 2004 to January 2007.
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servicer of military associated ships and aircraft and an expeditor of military supply lines.
An expeditor will first search the ChaCha database to see if the answer already exists or if another relevant answer is contained within the database of answers already supplied to other users.
Surprise inspections were carried out, in October 2007, at the premises of both groups and at those of Eagle Global Logistics (now CEVA), Expeditor, UTi Worldwide and Schenker.
* Expeditor: Be sensitive to customers' time constraints, and help them get through long checkout lines more quickly.
Compaq responded to the Microsoft knowledge management strategy launched last week, by announcing that its Work Expeditor will be integrated with Microsoft's, Outlook, Exchange and SQL Server.
Employees must participate more in organizational decisions to unlock their full potential, while managers take on the role of facilitator and expeditor.(6)