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Grenoble will open her gates to him with enthusiasm -- all Lyons will hasten to welcome him.
Sun Tzu said: Whoever is first in the field and awaits the coming of the enemy, will be fresh for the fight; whoever is second in the field and has to hasten to battle will arrive exhausted.
He walked from one end of the room to the other without a pause, like a traveller who, at night, hastens doggedly upon an interminable journey.
DEAR MADAM -- I hasten to reply to your favor of Saturday's date.
MY DEAREST BARBARA ALEXIEVNA,--The book which I received from you on the 6th of this month I now hasten to return, while at the same time hastening also to explain matters to you in this accompanying letter.
LET us hurry to the walls," said Abel-Phittim to Buzi-Ben-Levi and Simeon the Pharisee, on the tenth day of the month Thammuz, in the year of the world three thousand nine hundred and fortyone--let us hasten to the ramparts adjoining the gate of Benjamin, which is in the city of David, and overlooking the camp of the uncircumcised; for it is the last hour of the fourth watch, being sunrise; and the idolaters, in fulfilment of the promise of Pompey, should be awaiting us with the lambs for the sacrifices.
There was nothing for me but to hasten on in advance and keep out of the light of their torch.
He left me at the edge of the jungle two days ago to hasten to the aid of my father and Mr.
You must hasten at once to the court of Ptarth, and by your presence there as well as by your words assure him that his suspicions are groundless.
At first it was intended that I remain at Sari, that I might be in readiness to hasten forth at the first report of the discovery of Dian; but I found the inaction in the face of my deep solicitude for the welfare of my mate so galling that scarce had the several units departed upon their missions before I, too, chafed to be actively engaged upon the search.
I had better hasten," thought the ape-man, for he had recognized the scent of whites.
But," I hastened to add (I always hasten to add), "John Barleycorn must have his due.