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  • Hurriedly disguising himself, he flew off to India by Air Mail.

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  • Hurriedly slipping his bare feet into a pair of loafers, he grabbed his wallet and keys off his dresser, clipped his cell phone to his belt and headed back downstairs.

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  • Hurriedly, before I could change any more, I rushed over to the oven where the chicken was cooking, took it out and sawed off a small sliver.

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  • Hurriedly we assembled, standing at attention near our bunks, dressed in our skivvies, swaying in early consciousness.

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  • Hurriedly, my heart racing, I paid the beast in exact change, wanting to make a quick exit before some higher power figured me out.

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  • Hurriedly, I said good night, racing up the stairs and into the playroom, where I could rock and tell Momma about my life.

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  • Hurriedly I turned the lock and threw open the door.

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  • Hurriedly I did up her hair while Papa held her in position.

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  • Hurriedly she nudged Rune out of the cave and onto the trail ahead.

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  • Hurriedly converted to 3D in the wake of James Cameron's Avatar, it was a confirmed mess – but took more than £300m worldwide.

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