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I am scared enough that I turn the knob and hurriedly duck into Chris' office and then slam the door shut behind me.
They hurriedly began to search for valuables in every room and were aiming at the cabinet in which the lady had kept her expensive jewels," the sources said.
Many people hurriedly vacated buildings and houses, fleeing to streets and empty spots, as a precaution.
Drywall saw in hand, hurriedly opened my (beautiful new) wall only to find it dry as a bone.
Chase recalled how hurriedly she went into the den to let Prince know that 'there may be something wrong with his father' and that Murray was looking for him.
I don't fear arrest and court cases and have decided in principle to return to Pakistan," said Musharraf while addressing a hurriedly called press conference yesterday at his penthouse apartment in downtown Dubai which overlooks the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
Therefore, the question is posed--if they did not like Kondarko so much, why did they vote for him so hurriedly or were they only in a hurry to declare elections and voted for anyone only to get it over with?
It's a hurriedly put-together plan that changes the entire criminal justice system to make a short-term budget fix," San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis said.
The panicked man hurriedly loaded the deer in his pickup truck, hoping for a quick getaway.
The game between Tow Law Town and Consett, hurriedly re-arranged last night after being postponed on Monday, was called off by the referee minutes before kick-off because of frost.
Saudi Arabia's ageing King Abdullah arrived in the United States for medical treatment on Monday, while a frail Crown Prince Sultan hurriedly returned from abroad to govern the world's largest oil exporter.
With no obvious way out, Paul discovers a mobile phone with a weak signal and hurriedly calls for help, telling the 911 operator: "I don't know what's going on.