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  • Nanjunda is immediately enamoured, and switches allegiance in a trice.
  • Enter the mercurial Preki Radosavljevic, who turned the match around in a trice.
  • In a trice Jospin would no longer be his party's hero, but its scapegoat.
  • In a trice, Vickers has set the equipment, and Sky gives him the coordinates to start the radar.
  • Its three roller-skate wheels allow it to spin in a trice on its axis, shedding light on virtually anything.
  • In a trice, it became a tool for leveraging, no less cynical in its application than the use of religion.
  • Let them go a month or two without proper Roquefort, and we'll see them rethink that war in a trice.
  • But other articles attribute the same virtue also to other military leaders, in a trice namely Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck and possibly Uesugi Kenshin.
  • Together we hoisted the animal onto a table and in a trice the pup was anesthetized and flat on its back, its paws restrained by soft straps.
  • Both had seen that it was possible to have everything taken away in a trice and I always figured that was why they saved all those bits of old string.
  • He shouted a command and a number of men sprang out of the back of his truck, dropped a ramp therefrom and in a trice had loaded my car into the larger vehicle.
  • In a trice, hideous tentacles are out, bloody infants are bursting out of screaming women, corpses are left behind and Patrick is stashing his first offspring in an outbuilding on an unused family estate.
  • If it looks like a spring shower under there, I will lift off the cellophane and give my babies a breather, because too much moisture encourages fungal diseases that can kill tender seedlings in a trice.
  • The spell would not be broken if the deer were loved .  But if love should fail them thrice, they would vanish in a trice ( Thurber, 45-46 ),  the Recorder said.
  • If such an attitude were there I'd oppose in a trice, but it's not, and thank goodness for that . :-) Kim Bruning 09 : 49, 23 May 2006 ( UTC)
  • I'm sure that if I've made any mistakes or left anything out, Prosfilaes will " set the record straight " in a trice ( according to his own inimitable way of looking at things, which I don't pretend to understand ).
  • A square, and beauie dore ( commonly ) hanging, and held up by chaynes, a pretie distance without the maine gate of a fortresse, and let fal ( as a Portcullis ) in a trice, with a whurrie, and to the confusion of them it reaches, or lights on; also, as Bascule.
  • You can change a dish from plain to fancy in a trice by sauteing some chopped pecans in a little butter, adding a squeeze of lemon or whisking in a little Dijon or other interesting mustard and then drizzling your instant pecan sauce over grilled, briled, baked or sauteed chicken breasts or fish-- or over plain steamed vegetables, for that matter.
  • Two of the most daring boats advanced towards the shore, where, by this time, many of those from the hill had collected themselves and were engaged very vigorously in pelting stones; nothing daunted, these two boats seized a small junk lying off the beach, in a trice they had lifted the anchor, and amidst great acclamations brought away their prize.