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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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Jan Heard, who fronts campaign group Householders Against Rushy Mead (HARM), believes photographs used during the display portrayed a false impression of the site.
'If football was like it is now when Sparky, Rushy, Rats and myself were coming through then we might have been overlooked too.
"It was disappointing to lose as many wickets as we did in their new-ball spell, but when Rushy and Baz got together it was crucial we got a lead like that with the amount of time left in the match," said Collingwood.
"It was a bit more than a precaution Rushy not bowling in the second innings against Hampshire," Lewis explained.
No warden was seen rushy areas including Bara Market, Raja Bazaar, Bohar bazaar and college road at the time of Iftar particularly.
"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.
"The supporters didn't want David Moyes, they wanted Rushy or Joe.
I have been behind Rushy for a couple of years and was not able to get the opportunity.
It was a bit rushy and was always racing my SatNav home trying to take minutes off it.
"I don't think Rushy is a dirty player or that there was any intent in what he did," said Young.