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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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The draft has a solid crop of pass rushers, but they'll be long gone before the second day is over, so the Bears likely need to use their No.
Furthermore, Bill Rusher remained an active member of National Review's board of directors, faithfully attending the twice-yearly directors' meetings (followed, always, by dinner) at the Buckleys' Manhattan apartment.
Jack loves Rusher and was really pleased to see he wasn't harmed.
I was sure it must have been a sock or a piece of scrunched up paper I certainly didn't expect to see Rusher wedged firmly in the pipe.
The divorce, Rusher says, coincided with the day his parents took him from their Long Island home down to Princeton University in New Jersey to begin his freshman year.
Acquiring an impact pass rusher in free agency is a longshot, since most teams don't let them escape.
3, they could also be looking to add a top pass rusher.
Bill Rusher is thought of, when he is thought of at all, as Tonto to William F.
To various people Rusher predicted catastrophe if his approach to whatever was the issue of the day wasn't followed.
Vasquez quarterback Joe Perez was the Mustangs' leading rusher, but he was held to just 27 yards on 15 carries and was sacked three times.
On a more serious note, the Philadelphia native added, "As a pass rusher in the NFL, when I see an opportunity, I have to make the most of it.
August Rusher has been promoted to commercial loan officer at Signature Crossing at Pleasant Grove in Rogers.