It's like jumping from one bog to another, all through a swamp; borrow of one to pay another, and then borrow of another to pay one,--and these confounded notes falling due before a man has time to smoke a cigar and turn round,--dunning letters and dunning messages,--all scamper and hurry-scurry
Sometimes his crew would be heard dashing along past the farmhouses at midnight, with whoop and halloo, like a troop of Don Cossacks; and the old dames, startled out of their sleep, would listen for a moment till the hurry-scurry
had clattered by, and then exclaim, "Ay, there goes Brom Bones and his gang
Even in our commercialized and hurry-scurry
season, we can recognize that this is what our hearts long for - the promise that God is with us.
He's about hurry-scurry
over the whole pitch, which was fine for the in-your-faces, get on the front foot manner in which Hughes wanted Wales to play, but not for the more disciplined, patient, creative approach Toshack wants.
That swap amounted to the square route of sweet FA and it took Cole, hurry-scurry
, twisty-turny Cole, to break a deadlock the big lads never once looked capable of breaching.
He was one of football's last real midfield terriers - all heart, desire, hurry-scurry
, kick 'em, pick 'em up and kick 'em again.
And England's football must be marked by intelligence and style, industry and patience, not the hurry-scurry
, boot-itlong, get-rid-of-it-quick variety which not only offends the eye but also has as much chance of succeeding in Japan as the Communist Party.
Where on Saturday England were confused and unstructured, last night, a hurry-scurry
match for grafting rather than finery, they showed compactness and cohesion.
FROM THE MEANDERING, MYSTERI-ous Amazon to the hurry-scurry
of its cities, Brazil is another world, a world of mythical dimensions.
The composure which David O'Leary has driven into his charge was plainly evident, his time on the ball in marked contrast to the hurry-scurry
all around him at times.
Kanoute gave a masterful display and the two defenders showed David O'Leary's bright babes there is still a place for old men in our hurry-scurry
Nowadays there''s few simple things, like a walk, a family Game, or a trip to the park, Everything''s so fast, so hurry-scurry
, no more conversation Or idle chats or neighbourly care, I''m old, and maybe a bit nostalgic but I do enjoy my scattered Pictures of the way we were: GEORGE CARRICK, Cramlington.