If the answer is no, relaxing them is acceptable, for the common good of rationalizing and streamlining airport security.
Bulk purchases of supplies, and streamlining bureaucratic overhead, can save real money.
For an embrace of the Simpson-Bowles commission plan for debt reduction and a streamlining of the U.S. tax codes?
streamlining, in the vacuum, of course wasn't necessary, either.
It made this tremendous speed by streamlining and through sheer power.
This streamlining of undergarments helped the lady of fashion to maintain a desirably svelte figure.
1913, "give a streamline form to," from streamline (n.). From 1936 in the extended sense of "simplify and organize." Related: Streamlined; streamlining.
Note: A “streamlined” design is one in which objects that move through a gas or liquid are shaped to match these lines, and therefore reduce the energy required to produce that motion.