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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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"Over the past six years the Accelerate State of DevOps Report has become the benchmark for good practice in DevOps, demonstrating the business benefits adoption delivers," says Kendra Little, DevOps Advocate, Redgate Software.
Ms Mone is also joined at Accelerate 2014 by Karren Brady, business ambassador and star of BBC's The Apprentice.
168(k)(4) provides different rules for (1) taxpayers that previously have elected to accelerate credits and (2) taxpayers that have not.
The Inspirage Demantra Accelerate program meets key customer requirements that include consensus forecasting processes, closed loop collaboration, improved productivity, rapid forecasting cycles and improved quality of forecasted demand for supply planning, while the Inspirage Advanced Supply Chain Planning and Inventory Optimization Accelerate program delivers the supply chain planning solution with industry specific best practice configurations.
Speaking to the Birmingham Post in February, AWM chief executive Mick Laverty praised its work - including helping suppliers hit by major closures at Longbridge, Ryton and LDV - but said Accelerate had never managed to become self-financing.
Entrepreneur James Hendren of Little Rock, also a member of Accelerate Arkansas, said the probability of those appropriations being made depends on the Legislature's other budget obligations, like the court-ordered funding for public school infrastructure.
This instrument is developed for educators in primary school and aims to support educators and parents in the decision to accelerate a student or not.
The IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences Clinical Genomics Solution incorporates IBM technology, industry expertise, and best practices, and along with applications available from the network of IBM Business Partners not only to help accelerate the adoption of genomics in the clinical environment but also to help facilitate compliance with regulatory and patient privacy requirements and enable the sharing of research data in a security enhanced environment.
The key questions will be how to accelerate progress in the countries lagging behind and how to build on successes in the others.
The goal of RR is to dramatically accelerate student reading growth through an intensive reading program and then assess student reading performance using management software called Accelerated Reader (AR).
The NAIRU doctrine taught that even trying to push the unemployment rate down with monetary policy was futile; and, worse, that if unemployment were to fall for a substantial time below the NAIRU threshold, inflation would not only rise but also accelerate. This would lead over time to hyperinflation--to financial and social disaster.