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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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In order to understand the accelerative effect of macromolecular crowding on the protein fibrillation reaction, several major steps within the aggregation pathway which might be affected, have to be considered: (1) the structural collapse of the monomer producing aggregation-prone partially folded species, (2) formation of dimers and oligomers inducing the nucleation process, and (3) the growth and elongation of fibrils.
The maximum training speed of the second week in the study was increased to 30 m/min based on the exponential accelerative training model.
Evaluating the effectiveness of the Accelerative Integrated Method for teaching French as a second language.
Three sets of [I.sub.corr] measurements were carried out on each of 15 slab specimens corroded in accelerative way and one set of [I.sub.corr] measurement was conducted on each of 13 cylindrical specimens corroded naturally.
In terms of Stephen Pepper's classic conceptualization of perceptual dynamics, this is where the text develops an accelerative drive and projects an appetitive, near-consummatory field of observability.
The two large twin-scroll turbochargers located, along with the intercooler, inside the 'V' of the cylinder banks, produce up to 1.2 bar of boost pressure, helping to generate incredible accelerative force.
Journal of the Society for Accelerative Learning and Teaching, 10(1), 3-19.
The direction in which the accelerative force is exerted to the body is important in determining the effects of acceleration.
More, the progress seemed to possess what Alvin Toffler dubbed an "accelerative thrust" in Future Shock, published in 1970.
High quality was indicated by the use of best practices, including (a) appropriate accelerative strategies that set the pace of instruction to the readiness level of students, (b) appropriate enrichment strategies that were directed toward individual student interests, and (c) integrated instructional strategies that differentiated based on individual student need.
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.

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