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For some athletes — especially with high school seasons and senior-year festivities affected by the pandemic — the benefits to enrolling early make this option attractive, even though it requires a hectic entry into the college game.
We’re expecting it to be pretty hectic, hopefully nothing too crazy.
HIGH ANXIETYTRUTHBETOLDNOVEMBER 4, 2020TRUTHBETOLD.NEWS
During hectic times, customers are more emotional — this can either work for or against you.
It was so hectic, she found herself helping bring carts back to the front of the club, as the chain calls its stores, in an all-hands-on-deck moment.
He can aim to control the pace or to make things more hectic.
Her eyes shone hectically bright and strangely alluring to the detective.
WHISPERING WIRESHENRY LEVERAGE
"There is certainly something very strange about all this," he whispered a bit hectically.
PEACE ON EARTH, GOOD-WILL TO DOGSELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
Eyes that met when commands were given and received were dull from want of sleep or hectically bright as a hypochondriac's.
THE LAST SHOTFREDERICK PALMER
As Sagner turned back to me, and we passed on out of hearing, I noted two red spots flaming hectically in his cheeks.
THE SICK-A-BED LADYELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
She did not lean hectically over the rail and talk rapidly from the outside as did the young men reporters.
THE GIRL SCOUT'S TRIUMPHKATHERINE KEENE GALT

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