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a moment's notice

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  • However, to continue in this enviable position, he must be prepared at a moment's notice to go scabbing again.

    THE SCAB

  • The steward and Louis prepare dishes extraordinary and de luxe for the cabin table; yet Miss West is able at a moment's notice to improve on these dishes.

    CHAPTER XX

  • [Page 74] meals, as a wild duck takes to the water, insisting that Fox-Foot rest after paddling, and the Indian accepting it all without comment, and sleeping at a moment's notice – seemingly storing it up against future needs.

    The Shagganappi

  • I've seen a dozen of us at dinner having to lift the cloth at a moment's notice and carry it off, dishes, scoff, and all, from the big common-room off the kitchen, up into the sleeping loft.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

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