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  • s  (of a marching cadence) very quick

  • Their country has gone from being an online backwater to one of the most connected places on the globe in double-quick time.
  • In return, Iceland can expect accession talks to move at a double-quick pace.
  • Unless you can morph into Patton and conjure up the Third Army double-quick, you're fixing to die in the snow.

  • Brendan Barber in BBC News
    However, Brendan Barber, general secretary of the TUC, said that immediate spending cuts "would push the UK economy into a double-quick double-dip recession just when the rest of the world is recovering".

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