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As with any region experiencing expediential growth in a short period of time, schedule can trump quality.
As exciting as printed electronics, solar technology demands larger footprint capabilities and is equally poised for expediential growth.
Expediential growth has been witnessed in the first few hours of the Congress with around 2,000 medical delegates arriving from various parts of the world.
We had ten years of expediential growth, that has never happened before.
Their Wilsonian, or neo-Wilsonian goals, according to Kurth, drove the neoconservative second generation, grouped around William Kristol and his Weekly Standard, into building an expediential alliance, stretching leftward as well as including a Republican base.
The emerging mosaic of cooperative arrangements remains fragile; it has not yet hardened into a well-established assemblage of social practices featuring a common discourse that can turn expediential and transient calculations of political interest into a mode of operation that becomes a matter of second nature to its participants.
But G effects are expediential rather than linear in nature.
Frequent-flyer body dysmorphic disorder, to give it its catchy title, refers to the difficulty women have in keeping up with the expediential leap in expectations of feminine beauty when they arrive in California.
The bigger the company, the more light years it is from its customer base, which is an expediential curve stretching into the next wormhole from you and I
At fifty-six, however, with years of literary success to his credit, Howells deems Thoreau a genius "who came somewhat before his time, "one whose "drastic criticism of [his] expediential and mainly futile civilization would find more intelligent acceptance" in the twentieth century than it did in the 1850s.
The challenge for American direct marketers is the fact that the "territory" is expanding in a borderless fashion at an expediential rate.