FASTER


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AcronymDefinition
FASTERFirst and Second Trimester Evaluation of Risk (Down Syndrome)
FASTERFlorida Automated System for Transferring Educational Records
FASTERFully Automated Screen Trading and Electronic Registration
FASTERFreight Action Strategy Eastern Route
FASTERFirst Aid Short Term Emergency Response
FASTERFacial Droop, Arm drift, Speech, Transport rapidly, Evaluate again (stroke assessment/reatment)
References in classic literature ?
And though I always see her, she MAY be able to creep faster than I can turn!
The little hands upon the dials that registered my speed raced round faster and faster.
The boat flew over the waves, but the sea rose faster than the boat could approach.
In the intervals of the dance the count, breathing deeply, waved and shouted to the musicians to play faster.
Her ears hummed with the tunes she had played the night before; she sang, and the singing made her walk faster and faster.
Then he decided they could go faster, so he shouted: "Trot
They knew it was a great fish, because it pulled so hard on the line that it dragged the raft forward even faster than the current of the river had carried it.
If they want to catch us, they can do it if they can paddle faster than we can sail," I said.
They can't go any faster than the ruck of their scholars, and I can set a faster pace for myself than they set for a whole schoolroom.
The cap at the mainmast head was broken out, and sheet and downhaul pulled flat, amid a scattering rifle fire from the boats; and the Mary Rebecca lay over and sprang ahead faster than ever.
But the most peculiar virtue of all lay in the fact that the dog that strove to attack one in front of him must pull the sled faster, and that the faster the sled travelled, the faster could the dog attacked run away.
Suddenly I began to slide, and I went faster and faster until at last I bumped on the ground, at the very end.