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  • Also, the wide variety of training aircraft were reduced to streamline the training program.
  • These units have largely been brought back with most of their old rules streamlined for the new edition.
  • Much money has been spent on creating software to streamline this process.
  • Yet what possible object could she have had in putting the Streamline out of commission? Cited from The War Terror, by Arthur B. Reeve
  • This was especially true when regional rail lines merged and streamlined their operations.
  • This process used new and never-before-used facilities to streamline training exercises.
  • The training structure has been transformed in order to streamline command and control.
  • Due to the need to streamline the game, several prominent features were cut during development, including an experience system.
  • Several examples were originally built as streamlined, though this was later removed.
  • They also decided to streamline their sound to more of a "power pop" type of band.
  • He has also earned numerous awards for streamlining operations and innovation in government.
  • The comic ran for four issues, black and white throughout inside, with Streamline the main feature.
  • They both worked on the Streamline English as a Foreign Language video series.
  • This is the time period when it obtained its characteristic streamlined shape.
  • Ultimately, I think the streamlining of the film helped us tell the story more effectively.
  • "Would you like to run down there in the Streamline?" he asked. Cited from The War Terror, by Arthur B. Reeve
  • These pretensions increased the criticism among church members within the streamlined church bodies.
  • Features a more streamlined sound than their previous albums.
  • He has been a leader in legislation concerning health care, the environment, and streamlining government operations.
  • The enabling services became more streamlined than before and were set up to improve ways of working.
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Words starting with streamline

Meaning of streamline

  • verb Contour economically or efficiently