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  • 121 hurry-scurry — hur•ry scur•ry or hur•ry skur•ry [[t]ˈhɜr iˈskɜr i, ˈhʌr iˈskʌr i[/t]] n. 1) headlong, disorderly haste 2) with hurrying and scurrying 3) confusedly 4) characterized by haste • Etymology: 1725–35 …

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  • 123 To hurry up — Hurry Hur ry, v. i. To move or act with haste; to proceed with celerity or precipitation; as, let us hurry. [1913 Webster] {To hurry up}, to make haste. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 124 in a hurry — adverb : in a short time or at a fast rate : hurriedly, speedily they are not translations to be read in a hurry; they do not yield their charm easily T.S.Eliot the new grammar can be taught in a hurry by a nonlinguist MacCurdy Burnet * * * in a… …

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  • 125 You Can't Hurry Love — Single infobox | Name = You Can t Hurry Love Artist = The Supremes from Album = The Supremes A Go Go Released = July 25, 1966 B side = Put Yourself in My Place Format = 7 single Recorded = June 11 and July 5, 1966 Genre = Soul/pop Length = 2:47… …

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  • 126 You Can't Hurry Love (Concretes song) — Infobox Single Name = You Can t Hurry Love Artist = The Concretes from Album = The Concretes Released = 2003 Scandinavian release June 14, 2004 UK release Format = 7 , CD Recorded = 2003 Genre = Indie pop Length = Label = Licking Fingers Writer …

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  • 127 Andrew Hurry — is presently first team coach for Somerset County Cricket ClubA former Royal Marines fitness instructor and amateur cricketeer with Taunton Cricket Club, [ [http://archive.falmouthpacket.co.uk/2001/3/16/45493.html Fitness role for ex Marine ] ]… …

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  • 128 A moron in a hurry — is a hypothetical person against whom a claimant s concern might be judged in an English law civil action for passing off or trademark infringement. The expression is used to reject a claim that two items could reasonably be confused by a passer… …

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  • 129 be in a hurry — do something in a hurry phrase to do something or go somewhere quickly because you do not have much time Donna’s letter looked as though she had written it in a great hurry. She had been in too much of a hurry to change. Thesaurus: to do… …

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  • 130 John Hurry — Sir John Hurry (or Urry) (died May 29, 1650) was a Scottish soldier.He was born in Aberdeenshire, and saw military service as a young man in Germany.In 1641 he returned home and became Lieut. Colonel in a Scottish regiment. At the end of the same …

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  • 131 Leslie Hurry — Leslie George Hurry (February 10, 1909, London November 20, 1978) was a British artist and set designer for ballet, theatre and opera.The son of A.G. Hurry, a St John s Wood funeral director, he was educated at Haberdashers Aske s Boys School.… …

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  • 132 You Can't Hurry Love (disambiguation) — You Can t Hurry Love is a 1966 song by The Supremes, notably covered by Phil Collins.You Can t Hurry Love may also refer to:* You Can t Hurry Love (Concretes song) * You Can t Hurry Love , a 1988 comedy film featuring Bridget Fonda …

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  • 133 Can't Hurry Love — This is about a short lived situation comedy from the 1990s; for the song by the Supremes, see You Can t Hurry Love Infobox Television show name = Can t Hurry Love caption = aka = genre = Situation comedy creator = writer = director = creat… …

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  • 134 In A Hurry — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. In A Hurry Signifie en français: à la hâte ou en étant pressé. Est une boisson alcoolisé sous forme de shooter. Ses deux principaux et seuls ingrédients… …

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  • 135 You Can’t Hurry Love — Chartplatzierungen Erklärung der Daten Singles[1] You Can’t Hurry Love   UK …

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  • 136 be in a hurry — or do something in a hurry to do something or go somewhere quickly because you do not have much time Donna s letter looked as though she had written it in a great hurry. She had been in too much of a hurry to change …

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  • 137 be in no hurry — or not be in any hurry 1) to be able to wait to do something, because you have plenty of time I m not in any hurry to get there. 2) to be unwilling to do something, or to not want to do it until a future time Lou s in no hurry to get married …

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  • 138 do something in a hurry — be in a hurry or do something in a hurry to do something or go somewhere quickly because you do not have much time Donna s letter looked as though she had written it in a great hurry. She had been in too much of a hurry to change …

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  • 139 not be in any hurry — be in no hurry or not be in any hurry 1) to be able to wait to do something, because you have plenty of time I m not in any hurry to get there. 2) to be unwilling to do something, or to not want to do it until a future time Lou s in no hurry to… …

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  • 140 in my hurry — in my/his/her/etc hurry phrase used for saying that someone made a mistake because of being in a hurry In his hurry he forgot to lock up. Thesaurus: ways of telling someone not to hurrysynonym …

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