dash off


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While the passionately composed love lyric was an important feature of wooing in olden times, today's men are more inclined to use their mobiles to dash off a text (21 per cent) or an emailed message (11 per cent) to their loved one, according to the Lindt Lindor Code of Modern Chivalry report.
Today's men are more inclined to use their mobiles to dash off a text (21%) or an emailed message (11%) to their loved one, according to the Lindt Lindor Code of Modern Chivalry report.
Then referee Mike Dyson, from Abertillery, had to dash off after warming up before the match when his wife texted to say she had gone into labour.
One might wonder, then, why Jess (Josh Hutcherson) and Leslie (AnnaSophia Robb) dash off their school bus every afternoon and sprint toward this otherworldly realm in "The Bridge to Terabithia.
Ceesay seems to need a bit of guidance in the kitchen as he also had a stomach bug in April last year and had to dash off the field 10 minutes from time against NAC Breda.
He could not dash off a review; he wrote slowly, but carefully and with a fine sense of style.
Hillcoat had to dash off his line to save from Steven Hampshire, who took a knock and was later replaced by Gibson.
Reflecting on his performance, Dettori said: "I could only play 15 holes as I had to dash off to Yarmouth, but I really enjoyed myself and, by some stroke of luck, I got two birdies
My CPA ElderCare clients not only send checks for my services by return mail, they also send notes, make telephone calls or dash off e-mails to say, "Thank you for being there for me.