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Synonyms for expediently

in an expedient manner


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Khan had earlier said the matter could have been resolved expediently.
MIRA chief executive officer George Gillespie said: "MIRA Technology Park will result in the creation of thousands of jobs for our region - a major benefit of becoming an Enterprise Zone is it allows us to move ahead with our development plans more expediently.
Please let the move for Treganna and Tan-yr-Eos happen as expediently as possible so that this disadvantage will discontinue and our four daughters can walk to school together from September 2011 onwards.
He expediently entered all required data into AFSAS, allowing information to be distributed to units with like missions to prevent future mishaps.
This inquiry should take place as expediently as possible; the financial details of the agreement have no bearing on the planning issues, and should not be allowed to impede the progress of a democratic hearing.
Of course, uninformed commentators from far and wide have had lots of input, but they too have expediently misinterpreted.
The difficult chains of pirouettes and ballet hijinks, handled expediently by Brown, were the frosting on a sweet and sassy cake.
A Reliance spokesman said: "I confirm that a lock was not working and the maintenance contractor was called in to rectify the problem as expediently as possible
Use index funds to meet this guiding principle of asset allocation easily and expediently.
Call centres are a scourge of modern commercial life, a twenty-first-century version of the mill or factory to be built as cheaply and expediently as possible.
Transferring patients expediently should be feasible in any major city, he says, but "we have a long ways to go as a country.
Residents' days are creatively scheduled so caregivers can complete their tasks expediently.
These individuals are charged with preparing each issue carefully and expediently so that articles, editorials, reviews, case reports, and letters are published correctly and in a timely fashion.
Finally, the Bush Administration has proposed a number of administrative rule changes to help federal agencies implement natural resource management programs more expediently.
Our civil rights are being expediently abridged by the Patriot Act (a duplicitous misnomer) and other measures designated to privatize government.