hyperefficient

hyperefficient

(ˌhaɪpərɪˈfɪʃənt)
adj
more efficient than normal
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Surely, this sense of time, too, fostered the rise of a hyperefficient transport system, making Japanese punctuality a 'coproduction' of culture and infrastructure.
In other words, the same hyperefficient distribution system that brings you convenient and affordable salad greens and all the chicken nuggets you can eat can just as efficiently deliver E.
They create hyperefficient, hypereffective organizations that run like factories.
Beyond hyperefficient setups like Bose's, Google has prototyped a new concept: fleets of solar-powered balloons in the stratosphere, networking among one another and beaming Internet connectivity to far-flung rural areas at speeds comparable to 3G.
Not only must a mother be a calm, loving keeper of a refuge as well as a hyperefficient organizer and ambitious worker, she must get the proportions of these correct in her balance.
They believe the viral complex has a unique shape that makes cyanophage photosynthesis hyperefficient.
The Laptop Trail: The Modern PC is a Model of Hyperefficient Production and Geopolitical Sensitivities.
The nature of trade in the current age of globalization--that is, the conveyance of intermediate goods used as inputs into production processes as much as of finished goods ready for retail--demands a hyperefficient transport system with vanishingly small tolerance for disruption.
Whether you shop at Wal-Mart or Bloomingdale's, you can thank the new hyperefficient global shipping network for a share of the bargains you see.
Once here, you'll need a car to get around, and Sky Harbor has a hyperefficient, centralized car rental center.
Because I think you could have a hyperefficient, solar-powered, sustainable, corporate-dominated, fascist society.
And, as befits a man with such investment in letters, he shows himself to be hyperefficient in matters epistolary.