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1. Something needs to be done to expedite the process.
2. The builders promised to expedite the repairs.
3. We tried to help you expedite your plans.
4. Please do what you can to expedite the building work.
5. More money would, of course, expedite the construction.
6. That will expedite the project.
7. The Pentagon doesn't expedite - they demand immediate compliance.
8. Those sessions have been postponed to expedite a decision to allow the tour to take place.
9. Occasionally he would seek to expedite his victim's demise as best he could.
10. Satellite communications will expedite progress, especially since some of the operators have already promised free access in developing countries.
11. Instead, hoping to expedite matters, he squatted down beside them and gave them a hand.
12. The service has also agreed to expedite final consideration of 900 species believed worthy of protection.
13. Expedite your speed over BH not later than 0935.
14. Expedite shipment and monitor delivery schedule.
15. I'd better expedite the change of command.
16. We will expedite shipment as much as possible.
17. Expedite offer afraid buyer ready withdraw as others contact him.
18. Assist in quality issues and help expedite via airfreight as needed.
19. I'll then check things up and try to expedite matters for you.
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21. So we must expedite the reform of the economic system of our socialist market and lay down some measures to control the risk of capital now.
22. We must expedite the construction of the Southwest area of our country.
23. After landing expedite leaving the runway if possible via the high speed taxiway.
24. Could you please process production ASAP and expedite finish it end May?
25. The Senate Judiciary Committee approved it, but several senators said they voted for it just to expedite the full Senate debate.
26. We will wish to introduce clear guidance and operational systems to expedite this as soon as possible.
27. Still, there are those who originally chose the law as an opportunity to expedite social change.
28. A structured induction is necessary to shorten the learning period and expedite informed contributions.
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29. In these circumstances, use of the Collar-Jahn method, described in Chapter 3; may greatly expedite the solution.
30. There was little Sanson could do to ease the King's plight other than expedite the procedure.
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