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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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A "middle" call indicates that he will check the MLB and help with any "A" gap rusher.
Brown has had two surgeries since the end of last season, when he was the Cougars' second-leading rusher as a freshman.
They might go after a top pass rusher like Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah or Dion Jordan.
It is all the more a pity, then, that Allison couldn't resist those three sentences concluding his account of the 1990 meeting at Bill Buckley's home in Connecticut at which he, Rusher, and John O'Sullivan argued against Buckley's intended sale of National Review to Rupert Murdoch.
Let's just say the payouts didn't leave the Rusher family tree.
No one is going to bottle up DiLuigi, a 2,000-yard rusher who has scored 81touchdowns over two seasons.
A Barclays spokesman said that it had offered 18-year-old Charlotte Rusher pounds 100 as a "gesture of good will" after she was refused an account at its branch in Princes Street, Ipswich.
Her mother Wendy Rusher, from Ipswich, was appalled when bank staff told her that Charlotte could not open a joint account.
Rusher escaped from his cage as Amanda Horniman was cleaning her six-year-old son Jack's room.
Roly-poly rodent Rusher got wedged in the pipe just inches from being sucked into the bag as mum Amanda Horniman cleaned six-year-old son Jack's room.
Last week, a handful supporters held a press conference on the steps of City Hall to voice their support for the proposed New York Sports and Convention Center including New York State Assembly members Keith Wright and Darryl Towns, New York City Councilwoman Margarita Lopez, Track and Field Olympian Diane Dixon (Gold, 1984; Silver, 1988), Track and Field Olympian James Fuchs (Bronze, 1948; Bronze, 1952) and former Jets all-time leading rusher and two-time team MVP, Freeman McNeil
Stanton Evans, William Rusher, and other right-wing eminences, seeks to redress that imbalance.