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The You have to hand it to those hyperefficient Germans.
The group is starting a contest to reward development of a hyperefficient car, able to get at least 100 miles a gallon.
"In my mind, I was being hyperefficient," he says, recalling an overly aggressive recruiting style.
Other Fox executives have a similar apparatus; it's part of the company's ultracomputerized, hyperefficient corporate style.
"Before the devaluation, Argentine farming was efficient," he added, "now it's hyperefficient."
Meth could turn slackers into hyperefficient paper pushers.
Car parkers, bellmen and chambermaids alike are cheerful and hyperefficient.
Fast Company might have trumped them all when the magazine labeled Dell "one of the fastest, most hyperefficient organizations on the planet."
Japan is hyperefficient as a maker of cars, VCRs and industrial and office equipment.
A hyperefficient shorthand evolves, too.
First, can any company compete broadly against Dell Computer, the hyperefficient steamroller of the PC business?
Hardware, they add, will be a brutal business, with the main winner likely to be Dell Computer, a hyperefficient packager and distributor of technology.
Solar-charged batteries can power the satellite dish, the hyperefficient Norcold refrigerator and the Sharp air-conditioner for several days, even weeks, without a generator.
And it will arrive, just as dirt-cheap consumer electronics did, only after China puts in place the hyperefficient industrial infrastructure that will allow it to cut prices to the bone.
The air in most public buildings is pumped through banks of hyperefficient air conditioners, filtering and refiltering the air until a visitor might easily forget that this is the tropics.
Their timing is good: President Bush has included tax credits for hybrids in his energy plan, and uncertainty over oil prices and the economy could make small, hyperefficient hybrids even more attractive.
He is a computer programmer - specifically, an adherent to a hyperefficient system called "Extreme Programming" - and he is also one of the best bridge players in the United States.
It stars Sara Rue as a hyperefficient but far-from-glamorous assistant who wins the favor of the anchor (played by Eric Roberts) much to the chagrin of her more scheming colleagues.
Today's hyperefficient assembly plants are not welcoming environments for a strolling visitor, and several million square feet of stamping presses and robot welders are not much of a tourist attraction in any case.
Commander Traber, a brusque, hyperefficient officer with a bit of a nonregulation belly that Matsuda constantly hounded him about, turned and started to speak when he saw Vargo being brought onto the bridge by the two security guards.
WHY GO NOW - Zurich, for all its reputation - regal, moneyed, hyperefficient and safe - has in recent years become a very different city, one of immigration, youthful decadence and a vibrant contemporary art scene.
Unlike China, which methodically tested lethal-injection protocols on humans and now has a suite of hyperefficient lethal-injection vans that drive around the provinces carrying trained teams that execute the condemned, the federal government has never convened a panel to study the practicalities of killing death-row inmates.