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high gear

The highest, fastest, or most efficient level. We've expanded our development team and are in high gear working on our next project. Construction is in high gear all around the city as it prepares for the upcoming Olympics.
See also: gear, high

high gear

A state of maximum activity, energy, or force. For example, His mind was in high gear as he studied for the medical exam, or The political campaign is finally moving into high gear. This expression alludes to the high gear of an engine transmission, used at the fastest speeds.
See also: gear, high
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With the economy in high gear, we think communities like Ludlow offer tremendous growth potential for our business," asserted Manhattan Mortgage Chairman and CEO Melissa Cohn, who noted that her firm's four-year-old Water Mill office in the Hamptons, another second home market, was easily the fastest growing branch in her company.
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That put everyone in high gear, from performers and the production crew to security personnel and satellite coordinators.
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From California to the New England region, electricity power grids were locked in high gear last month as sustained temperatures of 100 degrees or more pushed utilities' power supplies to the limit.
Her tremulous, wide-ranging pipes in high gear, the well-tended songbird manages to create memorable tunes inspired by the drama of her widely documented life.
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Diddy'' Combs is kicking his get-out-the-vote campaign into high gear with the announcement of a fund-raising division.
Today companies in the US, Japan, and Europe are in high gear to take advantage of the benefits that smart antennas promise.
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Additionally, favorable weather, ease of access, and state and local government incentives are expected to keep auto production in the southeast corridor in high gear, indicating steady growth for regional employment in the industry.
As if there isn't enough local coverage of the recall election, national coverage is in high gear this weekend as well.
The identification of the levers that determine whether FTTH deployment is kicked into high gear or is left to languish on company drawing boards;