hurry-up syndrome
 n.— «When pilots make the wrong decisions because of a real or perceived need to rush through their tasks, they are said to have experienced the “hurry-up syndrome.” Inevitably, the end result is a calamity.» —“Stop rabble-rousing on illegal immigrants and crime” by Sandra Guerra Thompson Houston Chronicle (Texas) Oct. 21, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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