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... Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Tell us in not more than 250 words why your girl is the sweetest girl in town ...
... Hurry Up Mode is a remix album by Buck-Tick, released on February 2, 1990 ... of different versions of every song on their 1987 debut album Hurry Up Mode, except the two CD only bonus tracks ...
... Hurry Up Mode is the debut studio album by the Japanese rock band Buck-Tick ... and re-released in 1990, excluding the two bonus tracks (see Hurry Up Mode (1990 Mix)) ...
... Paul William George Hurry (born 9 April 1975 in Canterbury, Kent) is a British international motorcycle speedway rider ... Hurry began his racing career aged 16 with the Arena Essex Hammers in 1991 ... Hurry was selected to represent the Great Britain national speedway team at the 2001 Speedway World Cup Race-off but the team failed to reach the final ...
... Hurry can refer to Hurry (EP), an EP by Tin Foil Phoenix Hurrying, a child employed in a coal mine to transport coal Hurry, a curling term ...
More definitions of "hurry":
- (noun): Overly eager speed (and possible carelessness).
Synonyms: haste, hastiness, hurriedness, precipitation
- (verb): Urge to an unnatural speed.
- (noun): A condition of urgency making it necessary to hurry.
Example: "In a hurry to lock the door"
Famous quotes containing the word hurry:
“Its a hard feeling when everyones in a hurry to talk to somebody else, but not to talk to you. Sometimes you get a feeling of need to talk to somebody. Somebody who wants to listen to you other than Why didnt you get me the right number?”
—Heather Lamb, U.S. telephone operator. As quoted in Working, book 2, by Studs Terkel (1973)
“We are playing with fire when we skip the years of three, four, and five to hurry children into being age six.... Every child has a right to his fifth year of life, his fourth year, his third year. He has a right to live each year with joy and self-fulfillment. No one should ever claim the power to make a child mortgage his today for the sake of tomorrow.”
—James L. Hymes, Jr. (20th century)
“I hate the noise and hurry inseparable from great Estates and Titles, and look upon both as blessings that ought only to be given to fools, for tis only to them that they are blessings.”
—Mary Wortley, Lady Montagu (16891762)