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What he could guess, however, was that the moment the two officers came within firing distance of the beast they would put an end to him in short order unless something were done and done quickly to prevent.
Edmond, being consulted, was of opinion that the island afforded every possible security, and that great enterprises to be well done should be done quickly. Nothing then was altered in the plan, and orders were given to get under weigh next night, and, wind and weather permitting, to make the neutral island by the following day.
During the day he left the parsonage, for what he had to complete he wished to get done quickly.
He was only wishing that the fellow would get done quickly. Suddenly he realised that Jacobs was addressing him.
Demoralization was spreading; something must be done, and done quickly, too.
And then work cannot be done quickly. The man who means to succeed in these ways must daily look to find within himself the stock of courage needed for the day, a courage in reality of the rarest kind, though it does not seem hard to practise, and meets with little recognition--the courage of the schoolmaster, who must say the same things over and over again.
If anything was to be done to save Dejah Thoris it must be done quickly, for, were she not already dead, her end must soon come, since those whom Issus chose lived but a single year.
But when an act of injustice is to be done, especially by weak people, it is best that it should be done quickly, and Emmy thought she was displaying a great deal of firmness and proper feeling and veneration for the late Captain Osborne in her present behaviour.
"My best attribute is building clubs but, if you want stable and lasting, that isn't something that is always done quickly.
Deals are done quickly, expensive bidding wars are avoided.
The President, according to Dominguez, 'wants all infrastructure projects to be done quickly.' He doesn't discriminate whether it's this or that.
By EDITORIALIf merely declaring road accidents a national disaster is the best way to get the attention required to stop the carnage, then it had better be done quickly. But there is a need to treat this menace as a national crisis and urgently mobilise resources to deal with it.