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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.
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The Speed Agility and Quickness program is designed for fitness professionals interested in expanding their careers as well as athletes looking to improve performance, including trainers and coaches who work with athletes in sports such as basketball, volleyball, football, soccer, track and field and martial arts.
He's got great quickness, a nose for the ball and has a lot of instinct.
We can't change overnight in terms of becoming an athletic team, but we can become better at defending against that quickness.
Choreographers find a quickness in their dancers' learning ability, an attention to detail, and ability to see the entire body.
Much the way the game of futsal has helped hone the foot skills of some of the world's most talented players like Brazil's Ronaldinho, Nike designed Joga3 to inspire quickness, speed, creativity, and commanding ball control," said Don Remlinger, Global General Manager for Nike Soccer.
Pack more power when checking an opponent Improve quickness and agility and create angles for higher-percentage shots.
Tautness, not hunger alone, sparks spiders' quickness, Watanabe argues.
This would be the unique moment of quickness in the next seventy sacred minutes.
I just wanted to make it hard for him and use my quickness to my advantage,'' Ross said.
Once you sift through the nebulous semantics, they merely refer to quickness and agility.
What he lacks inside, he makes up for in quickness.