hurriedness


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T: This hurriedness is matched in the foot-washing from John, something that doesn't always get noticed.
There are many uncorrected misspellings in Williams's early letters, suggesting hurriedness.
He told Pearce: "The characteristics of modernity, the psychological illness of the twentieth century, is this hurriedness, hurrying, scurrying, this fitfulness - fitfulness and superficiality.
It seemed that there was a certain hurriedness or that a lack of motivation to be as accurate as possible was missing.
High energy and hurriedness contribute to meeting compliance and filing requirements as well as surviving "year-end closings" and tax season.
But sometimes we forget in our hurriedness to move on to the next item on the agenda--it can become routine.
Insects: Themes are business, restlessness, hurriedness, destructiveness, lewdness, suddenness, intensity of activity, shamelessness, and focus on very basic needs for survival.
He said neither the nation and parliament was taken into confidence during acceptance of US conditions nor any institutional consultation was carried out, adding, the government has no image and confidence and our demand is that do not accept the aid in hurriedness.
The church has hardly ever been associated with efficiency or hurriedness.
The pervasive feeling of hurriedness - however regrettable - forces additional factors in the determination of the value of specialty tea.