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With limited ad budgets, every dollar counts and efficiency is at a premium.

Pitchers who lack mechanical efficiency are more reliant on the creation of power to throw hard.

Automation shines with grouped efficiency and averages…not shared and thus manually managed data.

There’s this layer of data and efficiency that we’ve experienced as we’ve figured this all out that I don’t think we can walk away from in the future.

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Since then the rise of e-commerce marketplaces has forced a major shift in the design of the consumer journey, designed to reduce friction and increase efficiency.

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And increasingly smart navigation aids in the cockpit brought far greater precision and efficiency to route planning.

His stories were constructed with ruthless narrative efficiency.

This was the most sophisticated global tracking system ever devised, and it worked with lethal efficiency.

Second,” said Sen. Paul, “is the Milton Friedman efficiency argument.

Efficiency may seem a pitiless term to use but it does have meaning.

Can there be any comparison between the educational efficiency of the two methods?

An estimation of the solids, therefore, furnishes an important clue to the functional efficiency of the kidneys.

Is the college stage of our present educational system anywhere near its maximum possible efficiency?

In all business matters he required a rigid economy though never at the expense of efficiency.

By the adoption of scientific principles Hope-Jones has multiplied the efficiency of Swell boxes tenfold.


On this page you'll find 77 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to efficiency, such as: ability, adaptability, capability, competence, energy, and expertise.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.