The fast-moving, competitive capital of the United States forced him out of his more reserved shell, he says.
The baby would have found herself in a fast-moving and quickly thickening forest of huge legs.
In the last scene, he uses his calculus of flow to rescue an Iraqi boy from a fast-moving, wind-buffeted river.
They argue that the Internet is so new, and so fast-moving, that regulation will only slow things down and hurt everyone.
This was an egregious error, a product of a fast-moving media culture in which getting it first often supersedes getting it right.
Within three weeks of the surrender Prince Maurice with a body of fast-moving cavalry overran that county almost unopposed.
“It looks like rain to me,” Louise declared, scanning the fast-moving clouds.
I give below an exact reproduction of the response-curves of A and B recorded on a fast-moving drum.
If he is right it is inevitable that time, fast-moving or slow-moving, must influence the conception of events.
Many have tried, but heretofore no one has succeeded in taking panoramic views from the side of fast-moving trains or street cars.