The character was created and designed in a hurry, when Giffen suddenly left Marvel to work for DC Comics.
One of the most innovative offensive minds in football, Malzahn's is known for his hurry-up, no-huddle offensive philosophy.
Examples are መስከረ "mäskärä" 'testify' and ቀልጠፈ "k'ält'äfä" 'hurry'.
Dialects in England, Wales, and most others outside North America maintain the distinction between both sounds and so "hurry" and "furry" do not rhyme.
The great Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji is also believed to have reconstructed this fort. The work was carried out in a hurry and hence the name 'Avchit' (hurry) 'gad' (fort).
Get a wiggle on is an 18th century English language idiom and Colloquial Expression which means to move quickly or hurry.
The kids hurry to finish the book before the bookstore is sold off.
Winninger took on the role of a carnival barker attracting would-be customers into his tent, crying "Hurry-hurry-hurry, just-a warmin' up, folks" and then describing some of the attractions supposedly offered inside.
Yost was also known for a series of admonitions to his players beginning with the words, "Hurry up," for example, "Hurry up and be the first man down the field on a punt or kick-off."
In addition, the decoration of the funerary chambers seems to have been abandoned abruptly, which further supports the conclusion that the structure was built in a hurry.
And I will be on the path in a hurry.
In January 2013, her first book "Gastrogeek: What to eat when you're in a hurry, hungry or hard up" was published.
Having switched to the new target, Zimin, however, is not in a hurry to part with his former ward.
... ") and literally translate it to "Hurry hurry has no blessings".
In "No Hurry", the narrator sings about relaxing to forget about his daily problems, and that he "ain't in no hurry today".
The work was carried out in a hurry and hence the name 'Avchit' (hurry) 'gad' (fort).
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