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This must not be like the initial ERP systems where IT saw an opportunity to rush off and plug a piece of technology into the business and then basically kept themselves busy for two years putting in that infrastructure," says Martin.
Now, sausages can get boring, which makes me want to rush off to my allotment to plant a bacon bush.
A LIFEBOAT crewman's funeral was interrupted when 30 mourners had to rush off to an emergency.
Jo, not much of a football fan herself, says over the years she has got a lot of stick for letting David rush off.
IT'S not every day you rush off to spend a penny and find yourself disturbed by a desperate pop princess.
At times, so is O'Connor: He has just finished with string camp in San Diego, will rush off to London to premiere his ``Sixth Violin Concerto'' on Monday with Academy of St.
So before you rush off and sign up, be fully aware of their terms and conditions.
And he had to rush off soon after for an ankle operation.
But the star had to rush off afterwards from the five-star St David's Hotel, Cardiff, to appear in a matinee performance of Jack and the Beanstalk two miles away.
Apart from going to visit her daily there have been times I have had to rush off to see her twice in one day.