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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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Long sticks also ease wide turns while the extra length allows adding more speed in the straightaways.
On the next straightaway, I pull the tip up rapidly, giving the illusion of a bait fleeing toward the surface.
I'm not sure if this helped, but the second time I did the deep-to-shallow move on one of these reluctant fish, she ate, right at the top of the straightaway.
Tony Glover (crew chief for points leader Sterling Marlin) came up to me and said, 'I told everybody, whoever looks the strongest in the straightaways at Texas will be the guy to beat in California.
Likewise, we feel Road America's unique four-mile course, with its wide variety of turns and long straightaways, offers these top-caliber drivers the type of challenge they look forward to year after year.
Lanes sponsors get their name written in their lane in the middle of the straightaways on both the home and visitor sides of the fields.
This high-end motorcycle racing simulation allows gamers to push precision built Superbikes from Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha to the absolute limits on the long straightaways of international tracks like Germany's Hockenheim Raceway.
6 - also run on Royal's new, all-weather track designed with gentle 120-meter turns and short 80-meter straightaways.
Some fast times could be produced on Royal's track, which is configured after ovals on the European circuit with wide 120-meter curves and short 80-meter straightaways to make the turns more gentle than conventional tracks.
61 mph in the choppy swells and at times approached 105 mph on the straightaways in their 35-foot Motion named Runnin Wild.
Baker has tutored Wallace on how to tame the speedway's long straightaways, high banks and wicked drafts.