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It would be so easy to reaccelerate his perception, to alter the outcome.
"It will be difficult to reaccelerate growth unless, for example, demand for their new portable product really takes off."
Our drones could not decelerate, turn, and reaccelerate to catch theirs, which were already traveling at speed.
Early on July 20, the heavily sheared cyclone began to reaccelerate within the deepening southwesterly wind flow.
The ships' engineers calculated that any attempt to reaccelerate, let alone to near-relativistic speeds, would make the engines burn out- assuming they did not explode.
"Left to its own devices, the economy would have a very strong tendency to reaccelerate," said Kenneth T. Mayland of ClearView Economics, a consulting firm.
While the global financial meltdown of 2008-2009 sent many companies into full retreat, San Miguel Corporation powered ahead, investing mightily in a strategy to reaccelerate growth and improve margins.
"This, coupled with a firm credit market in the morning caused by weak economic data, saw the market open strong and, after a midday nap, reaccelerate in the final hour of trading."
The low-energy elastically backscattered electrons travel back through the condenser lens, reaccelerate to the gun voltage (because the condenser lens is grounded), and pass through the beam separator again.
He calculated that if the economy's pace should pick up to 4 percent, more robust than all but one of 50 forecasters polled by Blue Chip Economic Indicators, it would still take two and a half years for inflation to reaccelerate.
Abby Joseph Cohen, the widely followed market strategist at Goldman, Sachs & Company, said in her weekly report this week that the most serious concerns revolve around Asia, but that she expected the economies in that region to stabilize and to see United States corporate profits reaccelerate in 1999.
"EMC went from $25 to $45 in a couple of weeks, based on nothing other than people's enthusiasm that earnings will reaccelerate because of an interest rate cut," said Peter Doyle, co-founder of Kinetics Asset Management of New York, referring to the data storage company EMC.