quick condition

quick condition

A soil condition in which water flows upward with sufficient velocity to reduce significantly the bearing capacity of the soil through a decrease in intergranular pressure.
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Real-time statistics can be quickly compiled for research and data mining by providing details on agent productivity, campaign performance and overall dialing results to make quick condition adjustments.
30 Plumpton, nap) Five-year-old's profile is a little patchy, but he will be suited by today's quick conditions and this race will not take much winning.
He's shown he's effective in quick conditions, but I think he would handle softer ground as well, so that doesn't bother me.
The handicapper has put him up 6lb for that victory but he seems to thrive on the current quick conditions and is one to stay on the right side of.
This race certainly takes some winning but his progressive profile combined with the quick conditions mean Mubaraza is a must for the short list.
However, expected quick conditions will give the selectors an interesting selection conundrum, which Kleinveldt hopes will go in his favour.
He was all at see on quick conditions during the summer but some juice in the ground saw him return to winning form at Brighton last month.
Obviously, an ability to handle quick conditions is a must, and Ed McMahon's Beauty Pageant fits the criteria.
an ability to handle quick conditions is a must, and Beauty Pageant fits the criteria in the bet365.
While quick conditions are favoured by connections, the Tiger Hill colt is more than capable of handling easy ground, having won on heavy and having been placed in Group Two company on soft going, when trained in France.
But with the likely quick conditions right up his street Faasel could easily provide the Pond House handler with a first win.
She scored on much softer ground here in April but showed that she could handle quick conditions when chasing home Sharisse at Naas early last month.