run swiftly

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Through the night, through the hot night, run swiftly with me, my brothers.
Early in the collection, Bellow provides a sort of mission statement: "A novel, like a letter, should be loose, cover much ground, run swiftly, take risk of mortality and decay.
And here's a golden rule - if you see T+T, cup your man boobs and run swiftly in the other direction.
The only Scottish player in the competition, Jamie Harvey, had his hopes of a lengthy run swiftly ended with a 3-0 defeat against Germany's Tomas Seyler.
Scotland's only player in the competition, Jamie Harvey, had his hopes of an extended tournament run swiftly ended with a 3-0 defeat to Germany's Tomas Seyler.
Others have shells or an ability to fly To help keep their predators at bay, And many are long in both tooth and claw So they can hunt to live another day But human flesh is soft and easy to pierce And man cannot run swiftly or fly, So nature had to give him an asset To help him to somehow get by.
Some slack midfield play from first Beckham then Scholes allowed Ronaldinho to counter attack and run swiftly at the unprotected centre backs.
Some slack midfield play from first Beckham, then Scholes, let Ronaldinho run swiftly at the unprotected centre backs, and his perfectly-timed pass gave Rivaldo the opportunity to finish clinically.
The thoroughbred racehorse that can run swiftly and jump surely isa totem in the Emerald Isle.