(1) He argued with you at the prom, and presto , you went after my boyfriend.(2) The symphony follows a traditional four-movement scheme (Andante, Scherzo, Adagio, and a presto Finale).(3) As the economy has improved and defaults have slowed, many decided they didn't need as much in reserve as they did in 2003, and presto , their earnings per share would rise a few cents.(4) Just five easy steps and, presto the rivers are interlinked.(5) The Finale had a perfect presto which reminded me of Rachmaninoff-jolting, fervent, jagged-no comfort at all from the gloom and dread of the Marche funu00d4u00f6u00a3u252cu2510bre.(6) Just come out and describe what you see, and presto , it becomes poetry.(7) On the way to the golf course, my friend incidentally told me that public enemy number one for golfers is none other than the presto tempo.(8) The final presto measures will leave you breathless.(9) Sitting in stark contrast, the Scherzo follows with its bold chordal character, leading to the finale which accelerates to a presto before drawing to a close.(10) Throw in some Beatles hits, a couple of Wings successes, some new stuff, string a story around it, and presto - a movie hit with a strong soundtrack tie-in!(11) There, the cook grills your ingredients and presto , you have lunch.(12) She gets the gig on Desperate Housewives, the hottest new series that has skyrocketed to the top of the Nielsen ratings, and - presto - now her reputation transcends to prime-time soap opera.(13) She adds that its opening theme is very sweet, u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510like a love song,u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb though the piece ends with presto flourish.(14) You can even remove your blazer after work and presto , you're ready for an evening cocktail or dinner date.(15) When people decide to undertake an initiative, they naively think that all they have to do is go out and collect the requisite number of signatures and then presto you're on the ballot-wrong.(16) She began to tremble in fear when her heart's steady pace quickened into a fast-paced minuet, her breath's stable rhythm raced into a sixteenth note, and her feet's adagio tempo sped into a presto .