SPRINT

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Sprint

• (n.) The act of sprinting; a run of a short distance at full speed. • (v. i.) To run very rapidly; to run at full speed.
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Sprint

1. A high-speed race, usually over a short distance. 2. The final high-speed dash for the finish line in race of any distance.
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Sprint

1. A high-speed race, usually over a short distance. 2. The final high-speed dash for the finish line in race of any distance.
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sprint

1. An all-out sharp burst of speed (usually covering no more than about 200 yards) at the end of a race to go for the win. 2. In track cycling, a sprint is a type of race in which two riders compete one-on-one. Unlike pursuits, the riders start next to each other in a sprint race.
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sprint

noun a quick run
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Sprint

(1973) Sprint (1973) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Sprint

(NIVAA) Sprint (NIVAA) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Sprint

[cycling] The sprint or match sprint is a track cycling event involving between two and four riders, though they are usually run as a one-on-one match race between opponents who, unlike in the individual pursuit, start next to each other. == Racing style == Depending on the size of the velodrome, this event can be from 600 m to 1000 m. Unli...
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Sprint

[missile] The Sprint was a two-stage, solid-fuel anti-ballistic missile, armed with a W66 enhanced radiation thermonuclear warhead. It was designed as the short-range high-speed counterpart to the longer-range LIM-49 Spartan as part of the Sentinel program. Sentinel never became operational, but the technology was deployed briefly in a down...
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Sprint

[running] Sprinting is the act of running over a short distance at (or near) top speed. It is used in many sports that incorporate running, typically as a way of quickly reaching a target or goal, or avoiding or catching an opponent. Human physiology dictates that a runner`s near-top speed cannot be maintained for more than 30–35 seconds ...
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Sprint

[software development] A sprint is a get-together of people involved in a project to give a focused development on the project. Sprints are typically from one week up to three weeks. Sprints have become popular events among some open source projects. For example, the PyPy project is mostly developed during regularly held sprints where most ...
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Sprint

[word processor] Sprint was a powerful and programmable text-based word processor for DOS, first published by Borland in 1987. == History == Sprint originally appeared as the `FinalWord` application, developed by Jason Linhart, Craig Finseth, Scott Layson Burson, Brian Hess, and Bill Spitzak at Mark of the Unicorn - a company (headquartered...
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Sprint

Sprint intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Sprinted ; present participle & verbal noun Sprinting .] [ Confer Sprunt .] To run very rapidly; to run at full speed. « A runner [ in a quarter-mile race] should be able...
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Sprint

Sprint noun The act of sprinting; a run of a short distance at full speed. Sprint race , a foot race at the highest running speed; -- usually limited to distance under a quarter of a mile.
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Sprint

A portion of a game project during which the agile team is pushing towards a particular sub-goal. Term used in Scrum (see).
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Sprint

A race run over 5/16 of a mile or shorter distance.
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sprint

A `sprint` in agile software development is a regular, repeatable work cycle. As a bootcamper you’ll participate in sprints to simulate a real-world developer job.
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sprint

in athletics (track and field), a footrace over a short distance with an all-out or nearly all-out burst of speed, the chief distances being 100, ... [1 related articles]
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sprint

in bicycle racing, a competition over a 1,000-metre (1,094-yard) course (500-metre for women) with time taken only over the last 200 metres (219 ... [1 related articles]
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Sprint

Short race, less than one mile.
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Sprint

Sprint is a cultivated variety of potato.
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sprint

To deny continued service to a customer because of the amount of attention required by the customer. Based on Sprint Nextel dropping cell phone customers who have contacted customer service too many times. News on this action can be found at http://news.com.com/8301-10784_3-9739869-7.html. Examples
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sprint

[v] - run very fast, usually for a short distance
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