There is going to be a lot of rapid expansion.
The church's rapid expansion, however, has not been without problems.
The next few decades saw rapid expansion for the school and its programs.
Its rapid expansion had brought $33.5 million in debt by the beginning of 1988.
During the 1970s, the county grew, thanks to a rapid expansion of oil production.
A rapid expansion of China's nuclear program seems likely to follow.
You mention the rapid expansion of the city work force.
The very rapid expansion of the education system has left support systems running to catch up.
Operations in China are set for rapid expansion within the next five years.
Second, he said, rapid economic expansion occurred in the late 1990's.
"How else can you explain the very rapid rise in the market price?"
Recent years have seen the rapid rise in the population of the village.
His rapid rise to fame came with a price, however.
However, her rapid rise came to a halt during the 2007-08 season.
From recent rapid rises in the price of the stock, the answer would appear to be yes.
Increased employment has led to a rapid rise in the city's population.
A rapid rise in blood pressure may also occur when the drug is suddenly stopped.
But he could see how hard she was breathing by the rapid rise and fall of her chest.
Governor Warren built large numbers of schools, enough to keep up with the rapid rise in the state's population.
The single biggest driver is the rapid rise in the nation's money supply.
But recently there has been a rapid increase in the number of schools.
This led to a rapid increase in the population of these areas.
The rapid increase of such cases since 1965 suggests that a new game may be in the making.
The 1980s to the 1990s saw a rapid increase in the school's population and new buildings.
The rapid increase in student population brought about more developments for the school.
He's also seen a rapid increase in digital media jobs.
During the 1980s, the movement experienced a rapid increase in support.
Its urban population was 185,700 or 32.3% in 2007, a rapid increase from the 123,700 seven years ago.
First there is the matter of your rapid increase in fortune.
The early 1880s saw a rapid increase in the size of the colonial military forces.
She had a quick rise to prominence in 2012 while still a teenager.
Other states, too, are reporting a quick rise in gun purchases.
The Jets were on such a quick rise to the top.
In the end, one senses a very quick rise and fall.
This quick rise through the ranks didn't help with the growing dislike some of his peers felt toward him.
The quick rise to success left the band members burnt out, however.
It's been a quick rise from model to society florist.
He could feel the quick rise and fall of her bosom.
Problems arose after a quick rise to the elite level.
I felt the quick rise and fall of her chest against the side of my face.
The slow rise and then the swift rise to power together.
The arc of Clay's swift rise and fall is predictable yet suspenseful.
Then, after its swift rise, the dish took a drastic tumble.
The story of his swift rise in the House is familiar.
There had never been so high or so swift a rise for anyone not a general.
At Pharmacia, he was hailed for the swift rise in the company's share price.
His swift rise in match racing attests to a special talent.
The single was one of the group's biggest hits and after a swift rise to the top, remained on the chart for 8 weeks.
She had achieved both by 1927: a remarkably swift rise for a woman in a male-dominated field.