Fast [adjective]

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“It’s a big goal, but I think we could do $75-100 million in sales next year with Fabletics Men, which is our first full year with this line, which would be very, very fast growth,” Goldenberg says.

The upshot is a technology that provides a fast and low cost way to reduce emissions, Johnson told TechCrunch.

Huoseh would challenge his players to record the fastest times possible in their runs before ending the session with a scrimmage and a visit to a nearby Subway for lunch.

Together with astrophysicists Ke Fang of Stanford University and Ben Margalit of the University of California, Berkeley, Metzger calculated the energies of any neutrinos that would have been produced by the fast radio burst seen in April.

The tablet comes with a so-called A12 Bionic chip, designed by Apple, that gives it a 40% CPU speed boost and graphics that are twice as fast as last year’s model.

The new Apple Watch Series 6 has a new, faster processor designed by Apple called the S6, and a new altimeter sensor to measure altitude.

That decision left companies on the hook for labor law violations against workers not directly employed by them, like temp staff and employees of fast-food franchisees.

If you have employees, you need to know where they are really fast.

For decades computer scientists had been trying to develop a fast algorithm for determining when it’s possible to add edges to a graph so that it remains “planar,” meaning none of its edges cross each other.

It was also the fastest growing business application of 2019 by usage, according to research firm Okta.