1 She's not the only driver complaining; Other Prius drivers have filed reports with the Traffic Safety Administration concerning acceleration problems.
2 The 64 year old business consultant spoke slowly, almost awkwardly to his people, promising stable government in which no corruption would be tolerated and an acceleration of the country's integration into the EU and NATO.
3 There has been a rapid acceleration in the growth of industry.
4 The boom was fuelled by accelerated demand for consumer products.
5 Global warming could be accelerated due to the thinning of the ozone layer.
6 The heat causes the reaction to be accelerated.
7 Bacterial reproduction is accelerated in weightless space.
8 Humber's postgraduate programs are offered in an accelerated, intensive format, ordinarily two semesters long.
9 Khronos has set up a working group to create a standard for accelerated 3D graphics on the web.
10 Such mega-events have undergirded determination in government and the public alike to move on longstanding issues of housing and infrastructure; a flood of public-works projects have accelerated a profound reshaping of Rio de Janeiro, often in ways that reanimate bitterness over racial and class divisions.
11 Although there are significant cushions that underpin Russia's credit metrics, recent events have increased the risks of their accelerated erosion
12 The accelerating inflation was cause for great concern.
13 Perhaps the fact that the car was tailgating him made him accelerate.
14 We should accelerate our research in atomic power generation and speed up the building of atomic power plants.
15 Exposure to the sun can accelerate the ageing process.