Quick Win


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Quick Win

An investment highly likely to profit in the short term. For example, oil prices may temporarily jump on news of unrest in the Middle East. While the trend is unlikely to be sustainable and probably will reverse itself, it presents an opportunity for an investor to make an easy gain.
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It will be sending the survey to each of its members and has also made it available via its website at www.cw-chamber.co.uk Traffic is estimated to cost every firm in the region pounds 20,000 a year and "quick win" schemes could mean anything from a change in signage, altering traffic light sequences or greater enforcement of double yellow lines.
Novices keep Gunners on track at the City of Manchester and the big guns expect another quick win against punchless strugglers from Southampton.
Cardiff looked set for a quick win as they reached 60 for no wicket but slumped to 65 for four before Kirk Bettles (47 not out) and wicket-keeper Neil Buttigieg (36) steered them to victory at 160 for five.
McGuigan's teenage son Shane had earlier overturned a 4-2 points advantage against Curtis Valentine (Benny's) to go through 8-6 in their Class A clash at welterweight and also through to the last eight by clubmate Troy James after the exciting lightweight blasted out another quick win.
5 When you're feeling demotivated, go for a quick win - that is, do something you enjoy and can complete quickly.
Pakistan should land odds of 2-5 against a poor Zimbabwe outfit but they need a quick win and could get demoralised if things don't go their way from the off.
James stormed to another quick win in Reading against Scott Durhan from Golden Ring ABC.
NUNEATON Boys ABC teenager Jason Edmands blasted out a spectacular quick win in Loughborough.
Margate-based Iranian Takaloo upset the odds when he won the vacant WBU world light-middleweight title against unbeaten Anthony Farnell in 123 seconds in Manchester in July - and he's confident of another quick win.
They are delighted with their investment in Coral and didn't invest for a quick win."
Henman, seeded tenth for the tournament, looked on course for a quick win after taking the first set 6-2.
The 1996 French Open winner pulled off a quick win in 64 minutes after waiting through the nearly three-hour contest staged earlier by 15th seed Felix Mantilla and tournament No 10 Carlos Costa.