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Hitchens, by contrast, wrote journalism and quick-fire columns and was not averse to using cliché or ready-made formulation.
Far away on the deck of the Chihuahua the quick-fire racket of Jones's auxiliary was amazingly audible.Quick Action|Robert W. Chambers
The infantry is armed with the Mauser rifle, the artillery with a shielded Krupp quick-fire piece of 7.5-centimeter caliber.
The field and horse batteries are armed with the Krupp quick-fire gun of the model of 1903.
The windows filled, the streets ahead of us became choked, as the word that the President was coming ran on like quick-fire.The Crisis, Complete|Winston Churchill
Boil them with a quick-fire, till by trying a little upon a Plate, you find it gellieth.The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened|Kenelm Digby