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The Escape velocity test has three components - a potential discovery test in a stream of choice and an aptitude test to help the student understand the appropriateness of the career/stream chosen.
The bottom line is you don't have evidence that this economy has reached escape velocity," said Prudential Fixed Income investment strategist Robert Tipp.
I think the market is correct in assuming they will do everything it takes, including initiating a 'quantitative easing part three,' if they have any evidence this economy doesn't have an escape velocity," said Joseph Battipaglia, a market strategist at Stifel Nicolaus, in Yardley, Pennsylvania.
We haven't hit escape velocity," said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
Clement Freud was a fast mover; he could put a phone down with escape velocity.
Conceived as a means by which teen heart-throb Zac Efron can achieve escape velocity from the black hole of the High School Musical franchise, 17 Again is an exercise in wish fulfilment centred around a 37-year-old father of two (Matthew Perry) who is magically restored to 17 years of age.
Just like black holes, they suck in particulate objects, and also like black holes, they also travel at escape velocity, which is, the speed to get out of there is faster than the speed of light," Cavalin says.
Meanwhile, a line from a scholarly article Ulrich had written in 1976, "Well-behaved women seldom make history," had achieved escape velocity.
Escape Velocity is an original work of free-verse poetry, that uniquely reveals the darker side of life in America--poverty, social inequity, and worse with a combination of cultural critique and raw linguistic depiction of ugly realities.
Beverly Hills Theatre Guild's Julie Harris Playwright Competition honored New York City--based Jean Reynolds ($5,000 for Catalina), Maryland-based Ernest Joselovitz ($2,500 for Saving Edgardo for God) and Brooklyn-based Sharr White ($1,500 for The Escape Velocity of Savages).
Many people have discovered their own personal escape velocity in a sailplane.
If the mass changes appreciably, a planet could possibly reach its escape velocity, thus leaving us with planets that are no longer gravitationally bound.