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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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North Highmoor <B Farm, right, is a development of four former farm buildings, all created with great attention to detail, as seen in the stunning kitchen and living area of unit two, Rushy Gair, above
A couple of seasons ago I came in for Rushy and things went well for me in some big Anglo-Welsh games and European matches," added Lewis.
Rushy, I hear Grecian 2000 have a two for the price of one offer.
What I do is I say: 'Rob, you take the backs over there, Daniel (Vickerman), you do a few lineouts and Rushy (Xavier Rush) sort back row moves.
1992, Liverpool 2 Sunderland 0: Shell-suited Scousers danced with delight as Michael Thomas and Rushy put the Division One upstarts in their place.
New songs including Rushy and Map went down just as well as old favourites When I Argue I See Shapes and I Am A Message.
That achievement could be seriously tested by Rushy, but he will have his work cut out as Blues give very little away.
I'm usually standing at second slip watching Rushy (Chris Rushworth), (Graham) Onions and Hasto (John Hastings).
Luckily the bowling coach said 'no Rushy, stick at it' and after I'd calmed down and the adrenaline had gone I was happy to celebrate with a soft drink while the others were on the beer.
While they waste extra time in wait because the rushy traffic on the road.
The rapport with Peter Beardsley was also really good, and when I played with Rushy in the same forward line there was never a problem.
Aaron Warwood, 18, of Rushy Piece, South Woodgate, committed to a young offenders' institute for 12 weeks for carrying a craft knife with intent to riot and loot.