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haste

noun acceleration, alacrity, briskness, celerity, dash, dispatch, eagerness to act quickly, expedition, festinatio, flurry, frenzy, hurriedness, hurry, hustle, inability to wait, precipitance, precipitancy, precipitousness, properantia, properatio, rapidity, rashness, rush, speed, swiftness, urgency, velocity
Associated concepts: speedy trial
Foreign phrases: Festinatio justitiae est noverca infortunii.The hastening of justice is the stepmother of misfortune.
See also: dispatch
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He, however, said decisions should not be taken in haste or without adequate debate and discussion.
The resolution contended that holding LB elections in haste would cast doubt on their legitimacy.
Ashley GILES believes his former England skipper Michael Vaughan spoke in haste.
He indicated government had been forced to withdraw two decisions in terms of budget compiled by it in haste.
It is maybe not the wisest thing to get married in haste on the rebound though.
Mr Keys remains angry with the Government for leading the country to war in haste.
They don't have the money and they don't want to plan a new mission in haste.
At Dos Pilas, where previous excavations have ben conducted, Demarest and his co-workers uncovered the remains of defensive walls apparently constructed in haste toward the end of the 8th century A.
Install in haste, repent at leisure' used to be a common pattern in growing RFID deployments," says Liard, "but with today's better planning, there's less waste, and less software needing premature replacement.
Manmohan Singh, on Saturday said the decision to abolish or not to abolish the 10th board exam would not be taken in haste.
BURBANK - Acknowledging it had acted in haste in voting to file suit challenging Measure A, a deeply divided City Council will meet again Friday to discuss whether to withdraw or amend the case.