speed vs velocity

speed velocity

Definitions

  • 1) Slang A stimulant drug, especially amphetamine or methamphetamine.
  • 2) Archaic Prosperity; luck.
  • 3) The length of time required or permitted for a camera shutter to open and admit light.
  • 4) A transmission gear or set of gears in a motor vehicle.
  • 5) Physics The rate or a measure of the rate of motion, especially.
  • 6) A numerical expression of the sensitivity of a photographic film, plate, or paper to light.
  • 7) The state of being in rapid motion; rapidity.
  • 8) The limit of this quotient as the time of travel becomes vanishingly small; the first derivative of distance with respect to time.
  • 9) The magnitude of a velocity.
  • 10) The act of moving rapidly.
  • 11) Swiftness of action.
  • 12) The capacity of a lens to accumulate light at an appropriate aperture.
  • 13) Distance traveled divided by the time of travel.
  • 14) Slang One that suits or appeals to a person's inclinations, skills, or character.
  • 15) In submarine rock-drilling, a leg or beam to which the drilling apparatus is attached.
  • 16) Success; a successful course; prosperity in doing something; good fortune; luck: used either absolutely or relatively: as, to wish one good speed in an undertaking.
  • 17) Synonyms Swiftness, Rapidity, etc. (see quickness), expedition.
  • 18) Rapidity of movement; quickness of motion; swiftness: also used figuratively.
  • 19) Rate of progress or motion (whether fast or slow); comparative rapidity; velocity: as, moderate speed; a fast or a slow rate of speed; to regulate the speed of machines.
  • 20) Apromoter of success or progress; a speeder.
  • 21) To prove successful; prosper.
  • 22) To drive at a speed exceeding a legal limit.
  • 23) To increase the speed or rate of; accelerate. Often used with up:
  • 24) Archaic To help to succeed or prosper; aid.
  • 25) To cause to move or proceed quickly; hasten.
  • 26) To get along in a specified manner; fare.
  • 27) To go, move, or proceed quickly.
  • 28) Slang To be under the influence of a stimulant drug.
  • 29) To further, promote, or expedite (a legal action, for example).
  • 30) To move, work, or happen at a faster rate; accelerate.
  • 31) (up to speed) Producing something or performing at an acceptable rate or level.
  • 32) (up to speed) Operating at maximum speed.
  • 33) Informal (up to speed) Fully informed; conversant.

Definitions

  • 1) economics The number of times that an average unit of currency is spent during a specific period of time.
  • 2) Rapidity of motion.
  • 3) physics A vector quantity that denotes the rate of change of position with respect to time, or a speed with the directional component.
  • 4) The rate of occurrence.
  • 5) Rapidity or speed of motion; swiftness.
  • 6) Physics A vector quantity whose magnitude is a body's speed and whose direction is the body's direction of motion.
  • 7) The rate at which money changes hands in an economy.
  • 8) The rate of speed of action or occurrence.
  • 9) the velocity with which a body approaches or recedes from another body, whether both are moving or only one.
  • 10) See under Virtual.
  • 11) velocity in which the space described varies from instant to instant, either increasing or decreasing; -- in the former case called accelerated velocity, in the latter, retarded velocity; the acceleration or retardation itself being also either uniform or variable.
  • 12) the velocity of a moving body at starting; especially, the velocity of a projectile as it leaves the mouth of a firearm from which it is discharged.
  • 13) Quickness of motion; swiftness; speed; celerity; rapidity
  • 14) (Mech.) Rate of motion; the relation of motion to time, measured by the number of units of space passed over by a moving body or point in a unit of time, usually the number of feet passed over in a second. See the Note under Speed.
  • 15) See under Angular.
  • 16) velocity in which the same number of units of space are described in each successive unit of time.
  • 17) distance travelled per unit time
  • 18) The velocity at which the mode of flow of a liquid, in a pipe or channel, is modified by the setting up of eddy-motion and the consequent interruption of the stream lines.
  • 19) In music, decided rapidity of tempo or pace, particularly in a bravura passage.
  • 20) Quickness of motion; speed in movement; swiftness; rapidity; celerity: used only (or chiefly) of inanimate objects. See def. 2.
  • 21) The velocity of a given individual wave-length of light as opposed to the group velocity of a complex beam taken as a whole.
  • 22) .2. In physics, rate of motion; the rate at which a body changes its position in space; the rate of change of position of a point per unit of time.
  • 23) Same as critical velocity .

Examples

  • 1) This process has speeded up dramatically due to the high price of fuel.
  • 2) Surely staff not needed elsewhere could be moved to speed this project up.
  • 3) You have to have a huge amount of respect for it because the speeds are so high.
  • 4) They measure average speed between two points.
  • 5) The "windows of opportunity" that exist can close with surprising speed.
  • 6) You can paint faster than the speed of light.
  • 7) Their exit from the currency may be as fast as the speed at which they entered.
  • 8) They will have to get up to speed quickly.
  • 9) This trick will subconsciously increase your speed and power.
  • 10) The researchers also found that speed cameras also had only a limited impact on speeding.
  • 11) The doors now creak at low speeds over bumpy roads.
  • 12) Do such vehicles have speed cameras and can the officers give out speeding fines?
  • 13) Prior reckons that he got too bulky last winter and that it affected his speed of movement.
  • 14) The elephant was trundling along at full speed.
  • 15) The system would be enforced by speed cameras mounted along the managed sections of motorway.
  • 16) The only thing we have to change is the speed of our passing for the forwards.
  • 17) Was it the fact that large portions of this walk were uphill and conducted at great speed?
  • 18) They would realise there are police cars speeding through the traffic.
  • 19) We watched more bulls being driven at speed past coffee and hot dog stalls.
  • 20) They can come and go faster than the speed of your shutter button.
  • 21) It moved at four times the speed of jet aircraft from the time.
  • 22) speed and position must be very quickly corrected.
  • 23) The first was that speed was essential.
  • 24) This deal can only speed up the process and frank the values already paid.
  • 25) Perhaps he went for his speed and energy as it can't be for his subtlety.
  • 26) Now long track speed skating kencook @walidmrealtor he was definitely * speed* skating!
  • 27) How to speed up and decrease speed: the zoom up/down the viewer (press the "Ctrl+Alt+middle mouse"),
  • 28) The reduction in speed is likely due to the reduction in commuting drivers, and of course, a reduction in collisions would follow from any reduction in traffic.
  • 29) This increase in speed is a result of and part of lift generation.
  • 30) "The word speed is intentional," says Mr Roth, who debuted works of art the following day at Museum of Modern Art in New York.
  • 31) Because an electric as well as a magnetic field is involved, the term speed of light.
  • 32) ‘Everyone began moving at their top speed out of the dungeon and through the halls.’
  • 33) ‘It's said that London traffic moves at an average speed of 11 mph, but pedestrian traffic can't be far behind.’
  • 34) ‘It does a reasonably good job of this, especially when you consider that there is a broad range of craft in the game, most of which differ in turn rates and top speeds.’
  • 35) ‘Its operationally loaded top speed is rated around 38 nautical miles per hour.’
  • 36) ‘Able to reach speeds of 60 mph for a short time, it is the second-fastest land animal on earth; only the cheetah is faster.’
  • 37) ‘Maria peaked late on Monday as a Category 3 hurricane with top wind speeds at 115 mph.’
  • 38) ‘It also has mirrors under the bonnet to give a double effect to the engine and reaches top speeds of 145 mph.’
  • 39) ‘This results in a top speed of 104 mph and the dash from 0-62 is covered in 11.08 seconds.’
  • 40) ‘Hitting a top speed of only 35 mph - half that of today's fire engines - the vehicles have no radio, but are likely to have a police escort.’
  • 41) ‘‘I am well pleased with that,’ said Weir, who hit a top speed of 21 mph in the last 100m.’
  • 42) ‘But even the extra weight failed to dent the 330 horsepower output, providing a top speed of 144 mph.’
  • 43) ‘That's enough to catapult it to 60 mph in 10.1 seconds and on to a top speed of 113 mph.’
  • 44) ‘Mark has reached a top speed of 325 mph before he deploys a parachute at 3,000 ft above the ground.’
  • 45) ‘It has more room for paramedics to work and has a top speed of 155 mph.’
  • 46) ‘Officers said the top speed was 146 mph - a record in the region.’
  • 47) ‘And the 67 year old bachelor told a court that he certainly hadn't been stopped for speeding, because the vehicle had a top speed of just 15 mph.’
  • 48) ‘With a top speed of around 70 mph, Karen's boat was the first to go out and took about 15 minutes to negotiate the dock's L-shaped course.’
  • 49) ‘The car, which runs on motorcycle tyres, can still manage 40 miles to the gallon, although its top speed is only 45 mph.’
  • 50) ‘The plane, with a top speed of just 30 mph crashed at least once in trials but flew on other occasions.’
  • 51) ‘Now the car, with a top speed of 200 mph, is for sale as the main asset of the firm, which went into liquidation.’
  • 52) ‘The accident happened due to excessive speed, contributed to by the condition of the near side rear tyre.’
  • 53) ‘‘The cause of this collision is due to excessive speed,’ PC Cox said.’
  • 54) ‘He said the ‘unfortunate’ accident was due to excessive speed and the torrential rain.’
  • 55) ‘At times in the first half the All Ireland champions' movement and speed of execution was awesome and Kildare did well to just hang in there.’
  • 56) ‘A double-page album conveys all the panic, speed, ferocity, movement and verve of the hunt.’
  • 57) ‘She pointed out that excessive speed, improper overtaking and unexpected events were huge contributory factors.’
  • 58) ‘It was not caused by the weight of concrete in the wagons, the bridge structure, vandalism on the line, or excessive train speed.’
  • 59) ‘In Florence he met the Italian Futurists, yet, unlike them, he was less interested in speed and movement than in the effects of colour and light in his work.’
  • 60) ‘I'm learning speed and explosive movements, and in the past six months, I've been doing yoga for flexibility.’
  • 61) ‘His movements returned to normal speed, and he dashed toward Abaddon.’
  • 62) ‘Your muscle fibres will be more receptive to growth and reaction time will increase, thus increasing speed and movement.’
  • 63) ‘Loss of blood had sapped his movements of speed, but he still felt refreshed.’
  • 64) ‘He gave a low chuckle before, in a sudden movement and with surprising speed, he kicked me across the face.’
  • 65) ‘The web implants were fairly simple to master, and significantly increased speed of movement underwater.’
  • 66) ‘We have been told by the police it would appear the vehicle was being driven at excessive speed.’
  • 67) ‘Five of these collisions were caused by alcohol or drugs resulting in six deaths and two collisions were caused by excessive speed resulting in two deaths.’
  • 68) ‘PC Clark said excessive speed and the fact he was two-and-a-half times over the drink-drive limit were the primary factors behind the smash.’
  • 69) ‘He emphasised that there was still much work to be done in reducing speeds even further and in changing attitudes towards excessive and inappropriate speed.’
  • 70) ‘Knowing how and when to release these joints is critical to facility, ease of movement and speed.’
  • 71) ‘It seems the children quickly appreciated their own limitations and adapted their speed and movements to their abilities.’
  • 72) ‘I just want to bring you up to speed.’
  • 73) ‘The speed with which the 76-year-old tycoon has moved has staggered most observers.’
  • 74) ‘Our results also suggest that clonal interference may not have a large effect on the speed of adaptation.’
  • 75) ‘Everyone goes about doing this at his or her own speed.’
  • 76) ‘This may impact the overall speed of your local LAN.’
  • 77) ‘At the sort of speed you should have been travelling this collision would have been wholly avoidable.’
  • 78) ‘Regulate the speed, remembering that the normal speed for projection is 16 pictures per second.’
  • 79) ‘The second tactic is rather more controversial - the use of part numbers performance ratings to suggest a higher clock speed than is actually the case.’
  • 80) ‘The speed with which Bush moved to impose this ban on aid is also significant.’
  • 81) ‘It may also surprise you to learn that the closing speed at which aircraft collide is typically relatively slow.’
  • 82) ‘Up until Quantispeed was introduced, many users were accustomed to rating the speed of a computer by its raw MHz number.’
  • 83) ‘Weight deals specifically with speed and how much of a burden the character is on their craft, which can affect its speed.’
  • 84) ‘But high prices in major cities are curbing the speed of the movement of workers.’
  • 85) ‘Mansfield Park has seen such an exodus of players during the summer that the turnstiles must have been rotating at the speed of a carnival ride.’
  • 86) ‘Qualifying and practice speeds show that Dodge has found something that gives the Intrepids an edge.’
  • 87) ‘Paraffin will get you in the ballpark, but low fluoro will get you more speed.’
  • 88) ‘As your speed rises the engine joins in, but so seamlessly that you will struggle to identify the moment it happens.’
  • 89) ‘Survivors of Australia's bushfires told over the weekend of their mounting surprise, and then panic, at the sheer scale and speed of the unfolding disaster.’
  • 90) ‘Starting this season Olga and I work twice a week on stroking exercises, which has really helped the speed in my programs and my overall ice coverage.’
  • 91) ‘Space and time both turn out to be relative, measurements of length and intervals of time turn out to depend on the relative speeds of the objects in question.’
  • 92) ‘The car, named for the unique shape of its footboard, had a single cylinder four horse power engine, two forward speeds and a reverse gear.’
  • 93) ‘Even if linked to a typically American automatic gearbox of only four speeds, it has sprightly performance.’
  • 94) ‘The most nimble of all Jeeps, it comes with front and rear locking axles, giant tires, and extra low gear speeds.’
  • 95) ‘The tractors feature sliding gear transmission with eight forward and two reverse speeds.’
  • 96) ‘This will provide an extra stop of exposure; remember to set it back to the correct speed once the fog or mist has burned off.’
  • 97) ‘Scott also plays with lenses, camera speed and some excellent special effects to heighten the impact of the harrowing fight scenes.’
  • 98) ‘As camera speeds became quicker, so the image was transformed.’
  • 99) ‘Films also vary according to their ISO number or film speed: their sensitivity to light.’
  • 100) ‘The days of having to carry bulk film around or switch between different film types and speeds is now a distant memory for those who have made the technology leap.’
  • 101) ‘He discusses camera types, lenses, focal length, flash, light, digital photographs, and film types and speeds.’
  • 102) ‘The slower the film speed, the finer the grain and the intensity of the colours will be better.’
  • 103) ‘Once you have adjusted the film speed to the number of exposures that you want to use, then all you have to do is just meter and shoot the scene.’
  • 104) ‘The basic exposure is F16 and the shutter speed would be the closest to the film speed that you are using.’
  • 105) ‘Shutter speeds, aperture, choice of film speed, focus, focal length… you get what I mean.’
  • 106) ‘Taking into account the speed of the film, it then sets the camera's controls for the optimum exposure.’
  • 107) ‘Aimed at drug users and their families, the film centres on former drug addicts who were addicted to heroin cocaine, speed and ecstasy.’
  • 108) ‘Drugs such as speed and cocaine are often mixed together to make a lethal concoction that can destroy lives.’
  • 109) ‘Banning parties and blockading raves will not stop a movement, nor will it stop the use of ecstasy, cocaine, speed, heroin and pot for that matter.’
  • 110) ‘If, however, you have a normal functioning brain, you will feel like you are on speed (amphetamines).’
  • 111) ‘George himself had previously used drugs, primarily speed, and had at one time operated a methamphetamine laboratory.’
  • 112) ‘You don't want to develop any addictions to cocaine or speed.’
  • 113) ‘What about the other evidence about him in the toilet pacing backwards and forwards, with expletives and asking everyone who came in for a line of drugs - speed?’
  • 114) ‘He was consuming drugs on a daily basis, including LSD, peyote, marijuana, and speed.’
  • 115) ‘There were times when he would spend all of his money on speed or marijuana and get so high his mind would blur and all he could think about was having a another dosage.’
  • 116) ‘Another commonly abused amphetamine is methylamphetamine, also known as speed, ice, crank and crystal meth.’
  • 117) ‘What if she was like most 17-year-olds and had experimented with marijuana or speed or ecstasy?’
  • 118) ‘This person had a number of deals of amphetamine, known as speed.’
  • 119) ‘The most common drug used was cannabis, followed by ecstasy, acid, magic mushrooms, speed and cocaine.’
  • 120) ‘Information about cocaine, LSD, ecstasy and speed was handed out, as well as tips for keeping clubbers safe.’
  • 121) ‘He was using cannabis, LSD, speed and magic mushrooms on a regular basis.’
  • 122) ‘Whittaker and Morrison carried out the killings after stealing a small amount of amphetamine sulphate, also known as speed, from the house.’
  • 123) ‘Let's move now to recreational drugs, party ones like ecstasy and speed.’
  • 124) ‘The drugs involved included cannabis, ecstasy and speed.’
  • 125) ‘In the house also were a number of hash pipes, as well as a quantity of speed and LSD.’
  • 126) ‘They will be sent for forensic testing for ecstasy, speed and cannabis.’
  • 127) ‘If our troops can speed quickly through Iraq and deal with this monster it stands to reason that his own people must applaud our efforts.’
  • 128) ‘She screamed, throwing her groceries in the air, and the four of us burst into laughter as Adam quickly sped out of the parking lot.’
  • 129) ‘Banking quickly, Jonathan sped away with Kyle in hot pursuit.’
  • 130) ‘We quickly sped away from Fremont and into industrial no man's land.’
  • 131) ‘The battle had been over so quickly because he had sped towards Arthur like an arrow from a bow, and it had been all she could do to keep up with him!’
  • 132) ‘They then quickly sped off to the north to get out of the Ettin Hills.’
  • 133) ‘They quickly sped ahead to the front of the group, going extremely fast and swerving near mailboxes and cars.’
  • 134) ‘Taking no time to evaluate her own injuries, Zoe quickly sped down the road and took a wide turn down another street.’
  • 135) ‘Darcy watched sadly as Jeremy backed out quickly and sped down the road.’
  • 136) ‘The elevator quickly sped off towards the main cargo area of the starship.’
  • 137) ‘He chuckled as he sped quickly away after yelling that he would meet her at the firearms shop in east LA.’
  • 138) ‘I quickly pushed myself and sped to catch up to her, but there were too many people and I had to walk.’
  • 139) ‘Nick quickly sped backwards, looking at the two shadows in front of him.’
  • 140) ‘I rambled on to myself and quickly sped out of the living room that threatened to suffocate me.’
  • 141) ‘Then it sped out and moved around the room, here and there, leaving a zigzag of smoke behind.’
  • 142) ‘Then she quickly got dressed and sped out the door when she realized she was going to be late for her appointments.’
  • 143) ‘The girl sped quickly away, obviously an old pro as a bike rider.’
  • 144) ‘I stepped out of the truck and his tires screeched as he quickly sped off.’
  • 145) ‘I glanced towards the car, trying to see who the driver was, but they sped off too quickly.’
  • 146) ‘He sped home and quickly, hardly able to see the road in his fury.’
  • 147) ‘She practically speeded to Crystal's house, she had to vent her anger through someone.’
  • 148) ‘Gary jumped into the car and Louise threw herself in and they speeded across the town to the restaurant.’
  • 149) ‘They speeded out of Jake's neighborhood and on to the road that went into town.’
  • 150) ‘Once in the town she speeded through Stars Road, then through Main Street.’
  • 151) ‘Robert speeded over to the hospital that Clara was just at and practically yelled at the nurses.’
  • 152) ‘Her car, the emerald Audi compact, speeded down the street and disappeared.’
  • 153) ‘As Chad speeded to his work on the opposite side of town, he went over the last few minutes again in his head.’
  • 154) ‘He speeded to Winona's house and frantically knocked on the door and rang the bell.’
  • 155) ‘Before Rebecca could say another word Cameron pulled her in and speeded down the road.’
  • 156) ‘This includes drivers who have speeded more than once and received separate notifications.’
  • 157) ‘Louis Aguiar gave evidence at his trial admitting to accelerating quickly and speeding between 55 and 60 kph.’
  • 158) ‘I drove back to town quickly, but not speeding, and arrived at Hunter's family's new home, after he gave me directions.’
  • 159) ‘Inching along head-lamp deep, the traffic moves again, speeding up when we reach the dry roads of the South Coast.’
  • 160) ‘The heart rate speeds up in order to quickly provide the extra oxygen and nutrients your body will need.’
  • 161) ‘I called quickly in return, speeding up to follow him.’
  • 162) ‘I slowed the car down momentarily and sped up quickly after passing another light.’
  • 163) ‘Her heart seemed to stop for a second, but it quickly sped up, its beat pounding away in her ears.’
  • 164) ‘The tape cut off as the limo sped up and accelerated below a triple underpass.’
  • 165) ‘He felt his stomach drop to his feet and his heart sped up, this could not be happening!’
  • 166) ‘I sped up and rattled the door handle quickly up and down, cursing it for not opening for me.’
  • 167) ‘Then they sped up and Darren was forced to walk faster until he was eventually jogging.’
  • 168) ‘He's blurry through my tears, and then the train speeds up and takes him away.’
  • 169) ‘Once again, sorry if I sped things up too quickly, but I can't change my desire to get this story finished.’
  • 170) ‘It speeds things up for suspects, can eliminate them more quickly if they are innocent, and means witnesses are not in close proximity to the suspects as they can be under the old system.’
  • 171) ‘For months, they have argued they wanted to speed it up, so this woman has this trial very quickly.’
  • 172) ‘There have been calls from the opposition to bring in the army to speed things up and so on.’
  • 173) ‘During World War II, considerable industrial production moved to the West Coast and after the war urbanization was sped up by housing subsidies and government investment in city infrastructure.’
  • 174) ‘Technology speeds things up, but it's consistent with what corporations and governments have been doing.’
  • 175) ‘Being already in the system speeds things up and simplifies the operation.’
  • 176) ‘The technology is a key part of speeding things up.’
  • 177) ‘It is not just about productivity, but predictability, speeding things up, making things flow smoothly.’
  • 178) ‘We're most grateful for what has been done, but if there's any chance of speeding things up that would be great.’
  • 179) ‘God speed you to your job in Brussels.’

Examples

  • 1) This high velocity enabled a design requiring a comparatively small "reaction mass".
  • 2) But how can they reach the required velocity without the high temperature?
  • 3) This he subsequently flew to the verges of space in the search for escape velocity.
  • 4) This increase in velocity of circulation has been driven largely by the reckless growth of the financial sector.
  • 5) Her terminal velocity was very low.
  • 6) He would also put the velocity of circulation very high, probably above the volume of currency.
  • 7) No problem: just stay below escape velocity.
  • 8) Capital velocity is a measure of how much capital is being invested in proportion to the size of the company's asset base.
  • 9) V is the velocity of circulation, the speed money flows around the economy.
  • 10) You get good at making them by doing it over and over, and so they need to serve at a higher velocity than here.
  • 11) The governor of the Bank of England used to talk of the economy needing escape velocity before policy is tightened.
  • 12) By contrast, Keynesian economists argue that the velocity of circulation is unstable and changes rapidly and may offset changes in the money stock.
  • 13) ‘He noticed Venus move, he was able to determine its direction and its velocity and very importantly he was able to determine its angular diameter.’
  • 14) ‘If an object is moving in one direction without a force acting on it, then it continues to move in that direction with a constant velocity.’
  • 15) ‘Anti-matter has mass and when mass moves at a high velocity, there is an overall increase in energy.’
  • 16) ‘In 1660, together with Borelli, Viviani measured the velocity of sound by timing the difference between the flash and the sound of a cannon.’
  • 17) ‘The further away from the center of rotation that the torque is applied the more velocity it causes.’
  • 18) ‘Clearly, much depends on the direction and magnitude of the velocity and of the strength of the gravitational field.’
  • 19) ‘Since a change in either speed OR direction means a change in velocity, the object's velocity is not constant.’
  • 20) ‘A rain droplet's readiness to fall and its fall velocity are not controlled by the density of the droplet, but by its size.’
  • 21) ‘Similarly, if two objects are moving with the same velocity, one with twice the mass of the other also has twice the momentum.’
  • 22) ‘However, if we can measure the distance to the Sun we can also calculate the velocity of the Earth relative to the Sun.’
  • 23) ‘Hubble discovered that the galaxies are moving away from us with a velocity proportional to their distance.’
  • 24) ‘In many cases, air resistance will produce a drag force which is proportional to the velocity squared.’
  • 25) ‘Accelerometers measure changes in the velocity of the object to which they are attached.’
  • 26) ‘It dealt only with a specific type of motion: objects moving at a constant velocity.’
  • 27) ‘Wind shear velocities have been measured to 212 knots.’
  • 28) ‘His average velocity on the fastball was ninety miles per hour on the button.’
  • 29) ‘Maximum wind velocity reaches 20-25 m/s.’
  • 30) ‘Calculating the angular velocity of the Earth is a deceptively easy task.’
  • 31) ‘The two bodies will meet at a relative velocity of 10.3 kilometers per second.’
  • 32) ‘Roller coasters are also good demonstrators of speed, velocity, and acceleration.’
  • 33) ‘Scientists and inventors are unraveling new technology at incredible velocity.’
  • 34) ‘But you don't have to be a dot-com executive to see how the Internet accelerates business velocity.’
  • 35) ‘Medical advances aside, almost every technological progress has been about velocity, about the simple process of speeding things up.’
  • 36) ‘A gauss rifle is a rifle that throws an iron slug at an incredibly high velocity.’
  • 37) ‘The film has nail-biting stunts performed at such velocity you're pinned to the back of your chair just watching.’
  • 38) ‘The bolt left the crossbow with amazing velocity, striking the target with near-perfect accuracy.’
  • 39) ‘Having started his corporate career with maximum velocity, Yang now runs another company called Yahoo!’
  • 40) ‘The velocity of change in today's economy requires a steady commitment to your fundamental values.’
  • 41) ‘He assumed no international trade effects, an unchanged money supply and a constant velocity of circulation.’
  • 42) ‘John Maynard Keynes challenged the theory in the 1930s, saying that increases in money supply lead to a decrease in the velocity of circulation and that real income, the flow of money to the factors of production, increased.’
  • 43) ‘Time and money appear as commensurate albeit inverse values because of the effect of the velocity of circulation on the accumulation of capital.’
  • 44) ‘The trouble is that all these measures of money cannot be relied on because the velocity of money changes.’
  • 45) ‘The velocity of circulation was assumed to be unchanged.’
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