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accelerate

To demand the full amount due under a contract even though the original agreement allowed payments over time. Almost all promissory notes and leases have acceleration clauses in the event of default.If it were not for such clauses,the lender or landowner could be required to file separate lawsuits when each payment was missed, or wait until the end of the term and sue for all at once.

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Accelerative Learning: The teacher's perspective: Report of the research project `AL study of an educational innovation'.
Evaluating the effectiveness of the Accelerative Integrated Method for teaching French as a second language.
Above all it's a smooth and accelerative unit that marks a new high in petrol-power excellence.
Recent recommendations concluded many proposals affect hospitals, such as accelerative cuts in disproportionate share payments, immediately putting hospitals tinder the purview of the Independent Payment Advisory Board, reducing teaching payments for hospitals, and cutting bad debt payments to hospitals.
This engine, although small in capacity, is an astonishing performer, being accelerative and muscular enough to handle heavy loads.
Passengering in half a million pounds worth of hand-built Focus that's as accelerative as a Formula 1 Ferrari is as terrifying as it gets.
Although this provides a general index of sprinting capacity, it does not simulate actual game sprinting performance, as players often perform quick and short accelerative runs rather than maximum 30 m sprints.
The tensile and cryogenically fractured composite specimens were analyzed for surface morphology using Philips Electroscan microscope (ESEM) with an accelerative voltage of 15-20 kV.
The students included in the study either, (a) successfully completed their series of Reading Recovery lessons and discontinued their need for this intervention or (b) were recommended for further literacy support following 20 weeks of Reading Recovery Lessons because they had not demonstrated accelerative progress.
An explanatory understanding of the historical sequence of goods of order, moreover, may itself in turn have an added accelerative effect upon the progressive realization of the social good.
That reduces the accelerative forces on the wearer by 82 percent during walking and by 86 percent during running.
So, tacky interior, hard ride, seat designed for circus acts and it failed to make up for it all with even a 10th of the accelerative buzz for which I'd prepared myself.

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