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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • We must be expeditious.
  • I might have handed him over to Roman justice, which is somewhat expeditious, and which would have been particularly so with him; but I did nothing of the sort—I suffered him and his band to depart.
  • "Sir," he responded, "you are a stranger, and I believe you say yourself that a portion of your life has been spent in Oriental countries, so you are not aware how human justice, so expeditious in barbarous countries, takes with us a prudent and well-studied course."

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  • I think then the conditions will be created for the most expeditious and effective delivery of humanitarian supplies.
    John Negroponte
  • Democrats first and foremost want this matter ended, ... We believe very strongly about the need to bring this matter to an expeditious close.
    Tom Daschle

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