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Rush

Sudden, increased interest in a commodity. For example, a gold rush occurs when a large number of people flock to a certain area to mine for gold.
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Rush is coming off two of the best scoring outputs of his career, a 24-point game Thursday against Chicago and a 21-point game Friday against Toronto.
His new team was in Los Angeles to play the Clippers and Rush, after one wrong turn and several surprised looks from arena security guards, suited up for his first game with the Bobcats down the hall from the Lakers' locker room.
The Lakers and Bobcats were close to a trade Sunday that would send the 24-year-old Rush, who has played just 6.
Strangelove,'' for one, as well as the ``Pink Panther'' movies), Rush likewise plays a variety of roles - not only Sellers and the myriad characters he essayed, but in fantasy sequences, those closest to him - his first wife, his parents, his collaborators.
Cigna will provide administrative services, such as claims processing and health care professional network management for Rush, which self-funds its plan.