superefficient

superefficient

(ˌsuːpərɪˈfɪʃənt)
adj
extremely efficient
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In the three-mile handicap hurdle, Hot Ryan and Superefficient, were first and second last time, and are weighted to run a dead heat.
Superefficient (3.40) can avenge last month's defeat to Hot Ryan for the Skeltons.
Half-an-hour later, Superefficient is another taking on a course-anddistance rival on improved terms in the Doorchester Suite Luxury Collection Mares' Handicap Hurdle.
The Warwick handler can also take the mares' hurdle thanks to SUPEREFFICIENT (3.40).
NRs: Cowtown, Superefficient. 8.25: COURTIN BB (C Brassil, 7-1) 1; Coole Craft (16-1) 2; Slainte And Thanks (20-1) 3.
Esports is a challenging area for technology, but we believe 5G will offer a superefficient access alternative for gamers, says Janne Koistinen, 5G Program Director for Telia in Finland.
From juggling house chores, family and work to being a superefficient manager, mum and wife; she is expected to be and do all.
Biases are inevitable in extreme weather, and Towcester is something of a hostage to its own superefficient drainage as well as its exposed situation, but there's room for improvement there.
She is not a sacrificing mother, nor a superefficient housekeeper.
Japanese mills had lower costs because they had innovated -- building new, superefficient blast furnaces and rolling mills while the American industry slumbered.
Until we convince politicians to fund superefficient bullet trains, we could skip the jet-fueled spring fling and instead explore what's closer at hand.
Unless you've been poisoned, you already have a superefficient system for filtering out most of the harmful substances you eat.