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rush (something) to print

To have or order something professionally printed in a very hasty manner, especially as results in errors, inaccuracies, or problems with quality. You can tell they rushed this to print by all the typos and alignment issues. He rushed the story to print without checking all of his facts thoroughly.
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"Taking their word at face value, reporting their claims uncritically, rushing to print or broadcast just a list that tags people without proof, are not without serious consequences.
'Instead of rushing to print or air, we now urge all our colleagues to exercise utter prudence and fastidious judgment in evaluating this 'story,'' read the statement.
I KNOW George Tyndale is paid to be controversial, but sometimes it would be better if he engaged his brain before rushing to print.
Careless editing, erroneous details, and untruthful assertions are a sign of rushing to print to ensure being the first full length study of Butler's work.
Two days before the deadline, officials also said they were rushing to print advertising posters for the film.
Sorry, but they need to get facts right before rushing to print.
It's a very good reason why people should have held back for the full facts instead of rushing to print."
Keith Wyness urged Cllr Bradley to "check his facts before rushing to print" as the club publicly disagreed as to the suitability of the trumpet site.
But whether that would appease the rebel clubs is doubtful - and it's unlikely to be a scenario that would have Gareth Jenkins rushing to print out his CV.
The controversy extensively covered by the press, contributed to a sellout of 55,000 newsstand copies of Content's premiere issue, and the magazine is rushing to print and ship another 75,000 copies -- with Starr's entire critique.