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  • Miss Kimpsey was inclined to forgive a greater delay, with this evidence of hasteful preparation going on overhead.

    A Daughter of To-Day

  • As for the man himself, it remains to survey thoughtfully the whole range of possibilities, to keep the mind open and receptive to impressions, to experiment but take firm hold in so doing, to tackle each new task with as much enthusiasm as if it were to be his life work, to ask for difficult assignments rather than soft snaps and to be calmly deliberate, rather than rashly hasteful, in appraising his own capabilities.

    The Armed Forces Officer Department of the Army Pamphlet 600-2

  • So _Father_ saith he would ride o'er himself to _Ambleside_, and give them better welcome than to send but a letter back: and _Mother_ did desire her most loving commendations unto them all, and bade us all be hasteful and help to make ready the guest-chambers.

    Joyce Morrell's Harvest The Annals of Selwick Hall

  • "Now, then, do be hasteful, Rose Allen; I'm that weary!"

    The King's Daughters

  • Everytime I'm near the edge in convincing myself to get a 360, I hear something on the news or from a friend or on the WarCry forums that makes me reconsider my hasteful decision.

    WarCry Network : Latest News

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