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Johnny Dooit moved quickly now--so quickly that they were astonished at the work he was able to accomplish.
The men directly before me were quickly becoming panic-stricken.
"Good!" said the Rhetor quickly, apparently satisfied with this answer.
He saw her check the animal quickly to a standstill, and immediately, with rein across neck and a decisive
I uncovered it, and a gentle breeze quickly fanned it into a flame.
These words so alarmed Mombi that she quickly transformed herself from a shadow to a Black Ant, in which shape she crawled along the ground, seeking a crack or crevice in which to hide her tiny body.
He thought quickly. After all, a great brain is not without its uses.
Quickly then he seized a warrior and as quickly devoured him.
Shortly after the entire camp set forth in search of her and when Meriem was positive that all were gone she descended from her hiding place and ran quickly across the clearing to Malbihn's tent.
Because, if one is on the spot, disorders are seen as they spring up, and one can quickly remedy them; but if one is not at hand, they are heard of only when they are great, and then one can no longer remedy them.
The father was much astonished when he saw a stranger riding his horse, but the Hazel-nut child climbed down quickly and told him all that had happened, and his father had the robber arrested at once and put into prison.
The two children therefore got up, dressed themselves quickly, and went away.