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in short order

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin short orderin short orderformalSHORT TIME in a short time and without delay short
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in short orderThe bombers destroyed the enemy's camp in short order.Collectively they squandered their pricing power in short order.He gave me his curriculum vitae in short order.I charmed him in short order.Sun Microsystems Inc will make it available for all Sparc systems in short order.They would be attacked in short order and possibly even killed.We got to Pecos in short order and turned north for Carlsbad.A piece of good news for Bill Clinton in Congress was followed, in short order, by the opposite.But, in short order, Lott orchestrated deals on a range of stalled legislation, from welfare reform to health care.
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