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Sentence Examples with Rush

  • At nine, sharp to the tick of the clock, the rush, rush, rush of a field batterys shells passed overhead.

  • But upon exit from the parking area wherein almost everybody are in rush, I hardly do this.

  • Comduring my conversation with him, the artist said that even at age 77, he still gets an adrenaline rush as he nears his studio in new york.

  • Hope became a busy outpost during the fraser river gold rush in the late 1850s.

  • I had to rush there to save our things which are just laid on the floor.

  • If this case goes against subsidies for states without their own marketplace, I guarantee you rick scott, despite being a staunch republican, will rush to set one up.

  • It included an unforgettable escape from the clutches of the patriots pass rush and 32-yard pass that david tyree somehow caught and held to his helmet while being tackled.

  • Just writing it sends a rush of adrenaline through my body.

  • My friend denz dayao advised us to make a bus ticket reservation ahead of time to avoid the rush.

  • The exact location has been kept secret to discourage a gold rush.

  • The post is a little delayed than i expected however, had to rush out an hour after getting home and well that happened.

  • The story started about 20 years ago, with the beginning of a great mongolian coal rush.

  • There was a huge rush of energy and an overwhelming tide of new and exciting and information.

  • They know how to bargain with white people in a rush, which almost all of us are.

  • Two people were killed when a helicopter hit a crane at a building site in central london during morning rush hour and plunged to the ground, engulfing several cars in flames.

  • You may even find the center of everything there, it is a rush, start in the middle and go both ways.


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