fast effect

fast effect

[¦fast i′fekt]
(nucleonics)
The reactivity change (increase in neutrons) due to fissions caused by fast neutrons in a thermal reactor.
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Food poisoning per se usually doesnt have such fast effect on people.
For fast effect, the Anti snake venom serum was injected intravenously.
Phrazed is one of the top rated apps by Fast Effect Studios (a relatively new developing company) and it has managed to achieve a lot of accolades.
Indeed, the phenomenon of derived relational responding is thought to be a core process of human verbal behavior (see Hayes, Barnes-Holmes, & Roche, 2001), and as such, underpins the authors' own understanding of the FAST effect.
In these cases, women may be advised to take small nutrients and fluid injections which can have a very positive -- and fast effect on restoring normal levels of fluids and minerals.
While the average woman can't afford the cream, those who have used it herald its fast effects.
PHOENIX - Reducing bedtime stimulation and, oddly enough, restricting sleep both have powerful, relatively fast effects on insomnia, especially when used in tandem.
PHOENIX -- Reducing bedtime stimulation and, oddly enough, restricting sleep both have powerful, relatively fast effects on insomnia, especially when used in tandem.
3) FAST effects on child outcomes across cities mirror those on parents: in Phoenix, children in FAST schools exhibited fewer behavior problems and more prosocial behavior than those in control schools, whereas this pattern is not evident in San Antonio except in the case of parent-reported peer problems, which follows the expected result.
In the current (March 2009) issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine, rated highly in its field, a study by Emotional Brain is published that demonstrates positive as well as relatively fast effects of a new treatment.