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That uncertainty, which comes with untold economic repercussions, contributed to a slower-than-usual free agent market this winter — but one that now appears to have entered a final, breakneck phase.
Founded in October 2017, the upstart coffee chain grew at an apparently breakneck pace to overtake Starbucks as China’s biggest bean-brew slinger by the start of the year.
Uggla built up the company through a breakneck series of acquisitions, culminating in the 2016 merger with IHS.
Nature’s agonizingly slow process of discovery, driven by cosmological and biological evolution on time scales of millions and billions of years, is accelerated to breakneck speeds in the laboratory.
CONTEMPLATING THE END OF PHYSICSROBBERT DIJKGRAAFNOVEMBER 24, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
Strangely, this is happening at a time when vaccine science in general seems to be advancing at breakneck speed.
The breakneck speed of technology made many of us want to slow down and reconsider the role we want our phones and computers to play in our day to day lives.
It was really a breakneck sort of excursion, which is very rarely made even by the officers, and certainly never by ladies.
This coach, of course, traveled by relays, and at what was then considered breakneck speed.
With a grin the cabman touched his cap, the door banged, and the hansom set off as if the fare were in a breakneck hurry.
Mounted orderlies were dashing at breakneck speed between the Presidio and the city.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON

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