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quickness

[′kwik·nəs]
(ordnance)
General term, expressing the mass rate of gas evolution of a propellant in a quantitative sense; basically a function of the propellant geometry.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He said the upgrade will help enhance the quickness to respond to emergencies, monitor the emirate to prevent crimes, facilitate the investigation of crimes and address issues related to traffic congestion and traffic accidents.
"Our quickness requirement is filled up, but we have now to sacrifice size," said Guiao.
'We are banking on our quickness. We lack the height and length but we can compensate with our quickness and intelligence,' Gregorio said.
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Therefore, the aim of study was to examine in the effect of anaerobic power on quickness in women taekwondo athletes.
"When I saw Kenny play, I recognized right away that he has elite quickness, which is something you can't teach," Jackson said.
"His quickness in the middle of the floor, he also can pass,'' Holy Name coach Jason Chavoor said of Magorombo.
"From speaking to him, the big thing he notices is the quickness of the turn of the feet, that type of stuff.
He said: "We've just stripped it back to some intensity, sharpness, quickness, some guidance in what they are doing, the details we give them about us and the opposition."