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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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Upon catching the hammer, you must follow with a violent counter action that will accelerate the ball to zero by countering against the hard heel.
Upon grounding the right foot at the completion of each turn you will be in position to greatly accelerate the hammer.
Arrange for transportation of purchased vehicles online directly on the Accelerate site; and
Likening the relationship between the general contractor and the owner to a conspiracy to accelerate, the court was not reluctant to impose liability upon the general contractor for its subcontractors' acceleration costs.
To accelerate generation of meaningful experimental output, twelve members of the RNAi Global Initiative conducted the same experiments using the same protocols in the most extensive multi-site comparative RNAi screen conducted to date," said William S.
Reactivity's family of products optionally includes Tarari's Content Processors to enable businesses to secure, operate and accelerate Web services effectively in order to expedite services, reduce time-to-market and gain competitive advantage.
This would accelerate encrypted Web applications, rather than allowing them through untouched, as is the case with other WAN optimization solutions.
Security - Certeon provides the first and only solution to accelerate SSL traffic from data center server to desktop, minimizing the risk of data loss;
see release titled, "Netli Accelerates Rich Internet Applications," dated today, December 13.