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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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Opponents of acceleration often fall back on the idea that students shouldn't skip grades for social, emotional or physical reasons.
There are four forces that act upon the hammer and must be maximized in the acceleration or work phase: (1) gravity, (2) torsional "pushing" of the hip/shoulder separating, causing tangential acceleration, (3) linear "dragging" (along the wire), causing tangential acceleration of the hammer toward the hands, and (4) centripetal force along the wire, causing tangential acceleration of the hammer.
However, the experiments don't distinguish between acceleration due to gravitational energy and that due to other forms of mass and energy, Adelberger notes.
From the preceding, when the vibration isolator is subjected to a constant acceleration input, one might expect it to have a crossover frequency greater than the theoretical value of 1.
Costs recoverable due to acceleration are normally those costs associated with the increase in the cost of performance resulting from a compressed progress schedule.
79-3 says if a long-term debt agreement does contain a subjective acceleration clause and acceleration of the due date is remote, neither reclassification to current liabilities nor disclosure of the acceleration clause is required.
Java acceleration will be a critical capability for enhancing the user experience and market acceptance of next-generation wireless Internet devices," said Barry Hoberman, Chief Operating Officer of inSilicon.
However, scorching of these compounds at this level of acceleration prevents effective examination.
Certeon's S-Series Application Acceleration Appliances provide the industry's first solution for Application Intelligent Networking to deliver application acceleration, security, and scalability from the desktop to the data center.
Greater amounts of acceleration did not lead to greater social and emotional difficulties.
Because it has specific knowledge of the application data at the object level, Certeon's Application Acceleration Blueprint for Solid Edge Insight allows manufacturing organizations to maximize PLM and network infrastructure investments, speed decision making, avoid costly design rework, and increase productivity and profitability.
Under the terms of the agreement, Symphoniq will utilize iControl[R] and iRules[TM] to develop the industry's first Web acceleration speedometer.