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scurry along

to run or scamper along fast. The children scurried along, trotting to school. We scurried along the trail, keeping watch out for things that might trip us up.
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Mr Criddle said Scurry had nearly seven grams of benzocaine, caffeine and phenacetin and six grams of paracetamol - commonly used for cutting drugs.
Ten minutes later, Scurry, Edey and Cox, 22, tried to steal six bottles of Stella Artois lager from the Lifestyle Store on Market Road.
Scurry continued to have the hot hand, burying the 3-pointer that put the visitors ahead to stay.
The scurry driving classes at the festival will be run under the rules of the Scurry Driving Association.
It's basically two ponies pulling a scurry vehicle at high speed around a course of bollards with plenty of thrills and hopefully not too many spills.
UCLA's Lauren Cheney just missed the cut and along with Scurry was named as one of four alternates in case of injury.
He stepped up the pressure in round four and dropped Scurry with a picture-perfect jab-roundhouse combination at the end of the session.
Scurry is the owner of an eponymous furniture store on Madison Avenue here and has been a retailer for 26 years, beginning her career as an antique dealer.
TOUCHY: Concept Scurry by Samsung; VIBES: The Senseboard picks up hand movements
As the year draws to a close, many of us scurry about searching for ways to celebrate the season.
From that day on, she could climb scurry, scurry, get on her mother's back properly, say grrr, sleep when she was supposed to, and be up when she was supposed to.
Ridgemont Equity Partners, a middle market buyout and growth equity firm, today announced the formation of a new partnership with Unitex Oil and Gas' management team and the closing of the partnership's first acquisition of conventional oil assets in Scurry County, Texas.
Tracey Scurry, 42, has instructed her solicitor to pursue a claim for compensation following the death of her brother, Shaun, on December 15, 2009.
A judge at Cardiff Magistrates' Court agreed the unusual move after giving Christopher Michael Scurry, from Roath, a 16-week suspended sentence for his 45th shoplifting offence since 2008.
DRUMCOVE LAD, withdrawn from Nottingham's sprint final on Saturday won by Dynamo Joe, remains on course to attempt a defence of his Scurry title and is due to trial at Belle Vue next week, writes Jonathan Kay.