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straightaway

 and straight off
right away; immediately, without thinking or considering. We'll have to depart straight off. Straightaway I knew something was wrong.
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He concentrated as he made a long right-hand turn, then accelerated onto the straightaway, his foot pressed hard against the pedal.
It is lucky we have got the chance to respond straightaway, instead of waiting and holding the hurt in our hearts.
Yorkshire Bank's research found more than one in four (28 per cent) first-time buyers are so determined to buy sooner rather than later that they are prepared to offer above the asking price straightaway on the house they want.
Drew led off with a walk and Kent blasted a home run to straightaway center field on Fogg's first offering.
A Foreign Office spokesman told The DailyTelegraph, "We reminded the palace two weeks ago about our new rules, and they responded straightaway that they were fine about it.
Private sales have matched independent used car dealers and could soon surge past franchised auto dealers to the #1 position in the 40+ million unit used car market," said Ben Freeland, CEO of StraightAway.
She added: "The problem was sorted out straightaway.
com - a full-service, licensed dealer - is a division of Mobile Internet Technologies, which also founded StraightAway, a by-owner car sales business and online auto loan processing center.
So far we have not had reports of anyone losing any cash as a result of this scam, but if members of the public do have concerns that the machine they are about to use could have been tampered with, they should report it to the bank or store straightaway.
Debate surrounds whether patients should receive regular follow-ups or be referred straightaway for a colposcopy to carry out a more detailed investigation.
It is a bold move for Khan, who turns 20 today, and he said: "I said yes straightaway.
A third blue work really does persistently look like an abstract composition until you learn the title, at which point Road Trip, 2001, with its white triangle within a beige rectangle at the bottom, seems to show the quintessential schematic representation of a straightaway leading into the distance, the schoolbook illustration of perspective.
This money can really make a difference and I urge anyone who has not yet applied to do so straightaway.
CMSI) (Nasdaq: CMSS) today announced that StraightAway, a provider of sales and financing services for private auto buyers and sellers, will use the Credit Online technology to offer fast and convenient online financing to its customers.
Trading standards bosses promised to investigate the scam and said anyone receiving a letter should contact them straightaway.