(v.) = hurry ; hurry up ; get on + Posesivo + running shoes ; shake + a leg ; hot-foot it to ; make + haste ; rattle + Posesivo + dags ; get + a wiggle on ; put + Posesivo + skates on ; get + Posesivo + skates on ; get + a move on ; look + sharp. Ex: By systematic, step-by-step consideration free from the pressure to hurry to the next waiting individual, the number of false assumptions can be minimized. Ex: Hurry Up! Last Chance for the Professionals!. Ex: We would like to encourage other institutions who have been teetering on the edge of implementation to get on their running shoes and go for it. Ex: Before daylight on the following morning, we were abruptly awakened by a guard and told to shake a leg or miss breakfast. Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up. Ex: Lastly, get thou to the apothecary and make haste with a purified protein derivative. Ex: We were often told to 'rattle our dags' as kids when we were getting ready to go out somewhere. Ex: The commission asked the legislators to get a wiggle on, start making changes now. Ex: So it looks like we will have to put our skates on to get there on time. Ex: But the future is just around the corner and we have to get our skates on. Ex: If they want this finished by Autumn 2009 they are going to have to a get a move on, so hopefully they will swing into action pretty soon. Ex: They'll have to look sharp to arrive at the rendezvous on time.