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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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It was great to have them there supporting us and giving me help and advice," added Brooke, who picked up his first winners' medal in the competition "All the team played really well and Rushy was fantastic with both ball and bat.
Shagufta Shahid, mother of a student, said, "The children of junior classes get confused at the rushy places.
Andrew, 21, of Clover Drive, Bartley Green, and Kelly, 20, of Rushy Piece, Woodgate, had previously admitted assault and common assault.
It was a bit rushy and was always racing my SatNav home trying to take minutes off it.
Salty, Loz, Hammy, Hutch, Kingy, Kelly, Concrete, Kirby, Falky, Coop, Arnie, Jimmy Mac, Marshy, Stumpy and Rushy.
10; it's a tough one, but for me Rushy should be up at 5.
When it was just Rushy, you could take him out of a game and that's what Toulouse did.
Kenny Dalglish and Rushy were a very special partnership when I played at Liverpool and I played with some other top strikers like Roberto Mancini and Luca Vialli at Sampdoria.
Not as rushy as Strings of Life, it's more funky, like Blaze's Most Precious Love, and set to be a massive tune this summer.
St Asaph-born Rushy is hoping the same curse strikes for Milan and Shevchenko, saying: 'He is the best striker in Europe, probably the world.
THERE is a poem which reads: `Up the airy mountain, down the rushy glen, we daren't go a-hunting for fear of little men'.
I probably didn't think Rushy would play as much as he did in the T20s but he was excellent - it was probably his best white-ball season.