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hy·per·drive

 (hī′pər-drīv′)
n.
1. A fictional device allowing a spaceship to travel faster than the speed of light, especially by passing through hyperspace.
2. Informal A state of heightened activity or concentration.

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But Steven Irish, managing director of the Sunderland-based battery company Hyperdrive Innovation, has claimed that the North East needs to do more to distinguish itself as a leading force in the growing market.
Grab your lightsabre and set the hyperdrive for a theme park that's not so far, far away to arrive no later than March 25
STAR Wars fans have gone into hyperdrive at the chance to meet a famed Nuneaton film director and hear him talk about the film in his hometown.
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Clean energy battery specialist Hyperdrive Innovation has passed rigorous United Nation safety tests will allow the firm to export its products across the globe without hindrance.
A great memoir offers the-rest-of-the-story appeal, and when the CIA, 9/11, waterboarding, whistleblowing, scapegoating, coverups, and federal prison all factor in, the page turning reaches hyperdrive.
Hustler Turf Equipment, part of Excel Industries, selected the Vanguard engines to power its Super Z HyperDrive and Super 104 commercial mowers.
RUNNERS UP Hyperdrive Innovation: Sunderlandbased Hyperdrive Innovation supplies automotive, marine, industrial and AGV/robotic vehicle clients with powertrain, energy storage, and electronic control and telemetry solutions.
The Carbon Air's HyperDrive (HD) Cam system offers several benefits.
It has a pop-up blaster that fires Nerf Elite darts, a turbolaser turret, light-up LED cannons, hyperdrive sound effects as well as a playset area.
Born in Torquay, Devon, Miranda made her name on noughties sitcoms like Not Going Out and Hyperdrive.
After making a series of appearances on British sitcoms such as Not Going Out and Hyperdrive, Miranda, 42, impressed bosses so much they gave her own show.