quick march


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quick march

n
(Military) a march at quick time or the order to proceed at such a pace
interj
(Military) a command to commence such a march
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Noun1.quick march - marching at quick time
marching, march - the act of marching; walking with regular steps (especially in a procession of some kind); "it was a long march"; "we heard the sound of marching"
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He bellowed at the tottering crowd who blocked the quick march of his bearers.
I was in the Light Infantry, which has a very quick march. I am not as fast as I was."
Former Opposition Leader in National Assembly, Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah said that the public awareness campaign from Bilawal Bhutto would prove a quick march for the rulers.
But after weeks of publicly ruminating whether to act, Trump's signature on the declaration set in motion a quick march to the courthouse.
class="MsoNormalQUICK MARCH class="MsoNormalThey entered the arena playing the Great Little Army' before breaking into a quick march to the tune of San Lorenzo', and then a slow march to Saffroni's Imperial Echoes'.
Bolshevism may be dead, but Russian nationalism, awakened by NATO's quick march to Russia's ancient frontiers, is alive and well.
Puritans regarded such a course as a rapid retreat into popery and a quick march into the throes of Babylon.
The King's Division Brass Band performed new arrangements by Katie Chatburn of the slow march 'Farewell Manchester' and the quick march 'The Manchester' - both of which are believed to have been performed a century ago by the Manchester Regiment.
With its war cry "Bol Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Ki Jai (Say Victory To King Shivaji)", the soldiers on Maratha Light Infantry are also known for their quick march speed of 140 steps in a minute, while a standard pace for a quick march is 120 beats per minute with a 75-centimetre step.
In keeping with the military pageantry and revelry, the performance commenced with a Quick March aptly titled Colonel Bogey March, followed by several other inspiring martial tunes.
What was the title of the Canadian Guards' quick march?