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effective immediately

Beginning right now. Effective immediately, employees will no longer be able to take company computers home without the written permission of a supervisor.
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get (one's) tail (somewhere)

slang To move to some place or thing quickly. An adverb indicating speed (such as "fast" or "immediately") is often used after "somewhere." You better get your tail in there—Mom's looking for you. I heard the bell ring and got my tail inside immediately.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

get one’s tail somewhere fast!

and get one’s tail somewhere now! and get one’s tail somewhere immediately!
tv. to move oneself to a particular place fast. You get your tail over here immediately! I’ll tell you one more time. Get your tail into my office immediately!
See also: get, somewhere, tail

get one’s tail somewhere immediately!

See also: get, somewhere, tail
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Until there is a final outcome, taxpayers are advised to file refund claims immediately. This will protect them from being barred from seeking relief in court should the IRS reject their refund applications.
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A typical compound set for pectoral muscles might be bench presses immediately followed with dumbbell flys, chair or bar dips, and concluding with incline dumbbell presses--a truly massive set comprising 4 nonstop exercises.
By accelerating the taxability of a small amount of compensation immediately upon receiving the restricted stock, employees are betting that the stock price will increase and the sooner their 12-month holding period starts, the sooner they will be able to sell the stock at the favorable long-term capital gains rate.
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Underwriters need the kind of training that immediately impacts their profitability.
We feel that there are steps that can be taken immediately to start the process.
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[sections] 1.1972(e)(3) provides that "the acquisition of a franchise, trademark, or trade name constitutes the acquisition of a trade or business" unless "its value is nominal or the taxpayer irrevocably disposes of it immediately after its acquisition." "Nominal" is not defined in the regulations.
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