hurry

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hurry

verb accelerate, conclude, create, demand more, develop, drive faster, drive harder, engender, get more productivity, go faster, hasten, in high gear, pick up the pace, precipitate, press, press forward, push, quicken, quicken the pace, speed-up, spur, to go full throttle
Associated concepts: expedited trial, speedy trial
See also: dispatch, expedite, haste, hasten, precipitate, race, urge
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Coaches who refuse to worry about the menace of performance-enhancing drugs had better wake up in a hurry. What are they going to tell their kids when the kids begin questioning them about all the wonderful things that are supposed to happen to people who feed on anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) and human-growth hormones (HGH)?
They are in a hurry, though, and they know they won't get a good price.
And prices are unlikely to drop in a hurry - despite the fact that travel agent-sold insurance is being investigated by the Monopolies and Mergers Commission and the Advertising Standards Authority.