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fast-tracking

n
the practice of speeding up the progress of a project or person
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Buuri MP Rindikiri Mugambi criticised the move to have the tax payer pay the 'fast-tracking fee'' saying it was a waste of public money.
Construction companies are having to consider switching to fast-tracking projects to ensure they are ready to coincide with the upcoming Expo 2020 Dubai event.
Circuits decision in the momentus Sabal Trail case effectively bars the use of FERCs fast-tracking procedures.
Fast-tracking in cardiac surgery refers to the concept of early extubation, mobilization and hospital discharge in an effort to reduce costs and peri-operative morbidity1,2.
Google has taken the lead in this area, fast-tracking 875 patents, which represents about 14 percent of the 6,187 patents that have been expedited in this new program, called Track One.
This Commentary explores the economic reasoning behind fast-tracking and estimates the size of the deadweight loss that could be eliminated by creating an effective foreclosure fast-track in Ohio and Pennsylvania, two states in the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland's District.
(195) It is doubtful that there will be any appreciable increase in efficiency in such districts by fast-tracking the few defendants charged under section 1326.
A procedure called fast-tracking, for patients who undergo a total hip replacement, allows them to be discharged in two days instead of the usual three to six days, according to a study conducted by the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York.