“The next day Lieutenant John Johnstone—another Scotchman—boarded in the company of a Portsmouth doctor, who took one look at the victims, withdrew in a hurry with his handkerchief plastered over his nose, sent more marines to hospital, and declared that in his opinion the disease was as malignant as it was incurable.”
“One of his friends was in the stacks, maybe, Jason Dale or Kale Kramer, preparing to pull some kind of practical joke on the respectful people there; or maybe some girl, some Alicia Worthen, trying to graduate in a hurry before it was too late.”
“Once I met the painter on the Ramblas; he signalled that he was in a hurry but would see me at the apartment later.”
“He was indeed in a hurry to meet Darius in battle, but there was business to take care of first in Phoenicia.”
“Well, he was in a hurry to get Tink home, and he feels he was short with you.”
“Not even his wife: the wife he had been enabled to marry in a hurry by urgent grace of a special dispensation before he was nineteen; the wife whom he had left husbandless so many years; the wife who had had to borrow forty-one shillings in her need, and which the lender was never able to collect of the prosperous husband, but died at last with the money still lacking.”
“Rickie Ross was way too much in a hurry to celebrate his good fortune to wait.”
““Why, are you in a hurry to get back to the hotel, Miss Thang?” he asked with a sly smile.”
“Hurling it wide past shortstop Erick Aybar, the ball rolled behind third, where Chone Figgins, in a hurry to make a play at the plate, dropped it.”
“He doesn't reach Chalk-Newton till six, even if the train should be punctual, and ten miles of country-road, five of them in Crimmercrock Lane, are not jogged over in a hurry by our old horse.”
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