move quickly

See: hasten
References in classic literature ?
Tarzan let his eye move quickly toward that part of the British line the German seemed to be scanning, his keen sight revealing many excellent targets for a rifle placed so high above the trenches.
He heard her footsteps hesitate, stop, and then move quickly on once more.
Summary: Those people who have not yet experienced the delights of the Global Village will need to move quickly, with the iconic event finishing up for this season today.
US: President Barack Obama late Wednesday ordered the US government to move quickly to get search and rescue aid to the state of Alabama, where 45 people have been killed in severe weather.
FA supremo Brian Barwick will have to move quickly for Jose Mourinho - or face losing him to Spain's Real Madrid.
Gargano this week welcomed a renewed commitment from Moynihan Station developers to move quickly toward closing late September, regardless of potential Madison Square Garden move to Farley Annex.
The first course of treatment was a nerve block and epidural injection Thursday, but doctors will move quickly if the condition doesn't improve in the next day or so.
1]s CEO said that he does not feel pressure to move quickly on successor types.
Early in its development," says Colin Carter, sales director, ZF Lenksysteme GmbH, a joint venture between Bosch and ZF, "there was an expectation that the industry could move quickly toward the adoption of a full steer-by-wire system.
Successful firms will move quickly to fill the partnering slots with the best partners and preempt the competition.
Soon after their 1991 debut, the observatories revealed that cooling seawater can move quickly through several kilometers of subseafloor.
But, based on what has been announced so far, there are two major issues that cause us concern: the associated costs of truck driver registration/security checks and the need for border infrastructure improvements so that pre-cleared trucks can move quickly through dedicated lanes.