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quickstep

1. a modern ballroom dance in rapid quadruple time
2. a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance
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The Quickstep query execution engine incorporates a technology called Bitweaving designed to allow software to be in lock-step, as well as to exploit, advances in hardware utilization and optimization.
Under the MOA, Quickstep will be responsible for supplying in excess of 120 sets of carbon-fiber composite flaps through to 2018.
As we left the floor in shame, we realised it had been a sequence quickstep which is, apparently, a completely different dance from a simple quickstep.
The Quickstep molding process, developed by Quickstep Technologies Pty Ltd.
In the past year, Quickstep found it can also mold multiple layers of Saint-Gobain Vetrotex's Twintex fiberglass/PP commingled woven fabric in its bladder-heated tools and demold a consolidated part 3 to 4 mm thick in just 10 min.
Lawson Software (Nasdaq: LWSN) today announced the general availability of the latest version of Lawson QuickStep for Fashion, a pre-configured enterprise software package designed for faster implementation and faster time-to-value for Lawson fashion customers.
and European fuel efficiency legislation, leading Quickstep to advance discussions with several leading carmakers.
In June 2012, Quickstep opened its new facility in Bankstown, near Sydney, and has quickly proven itself as a supplier of aerospace-grade composite parts.
At the top end of the price range lies the Miele Quickstep S194.
The quickstep was hard too and was the one I was dreading the most.
Savage and dance partner Ola Jordan missed out on the semifinals after dancing a quickstep to Reservoir Dog's Little Green Bag.
Shall We Essentially Dance" sessions provide a chance to have a go at the jive, waltz, quickstep and cha cha cha.