RUSH


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AcronymDefinition
RUSHResearch Utilization Support and Help (National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research; Austin, TX)
RUSHRemote Use of Shared Hardware
RUSHRoyal University of Scir-Hafoc (Columbia, MO)
RUSHRising Up Serving Him (ministry)
RUSHAre You Serving Him
RUSHReflections under the Scottish Highlands (seismology experiment; UK)
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it has broken; the ball is driven out on the School- house side, and a rush of the School carries it past the School- house players-up.
that rush has taken it right through the School line, and away past the three trees, far into their quarters, and young Brooke and the bull-dogs are close upon it.
Sir Nigel was thrown down by the sheer weight of them, and Sir Bertrand with his thunderous war-cry was swinging round his heavy sword to clear a space for him to rise, when the whistle of two long English arrows, and the rush of the squire and the two English archers down the stairs, turned the tide of the combat.
A second yell soon followed the first, when a rush of voices was heard pouring down the island, from its upper to its lower extremity, until they reached the naked rock above the caverns, where, after a shout of savage triumph, the air continued full of horrible cries and screams, such as man alone can utter, and he only when in a state of the fiercest barbarity.
I turned with the rush of the people, but I was not too terrified for thought.
Then came another rush of sea-fog, greater than any hitherto, a mass of dank mist, which seemed to close on all things like a gray pall, and left available to men only the organ of hearing, for the roar of the tempest, and the crash of the thunder, and the booming of the mighty billows came through the damp oblivion even louder than before.
Grandfather," said Charley, when Clara and little Alice had retired, "did not the people rush upon the soldiers and take revenge?
I don't like `the rush to Emma Jane,' and I can't think of anything else.
Nobody ought to know it IS me standing by the river; it ought to be `Rebecca,' or `the darker maiden;' and `the rush to Emma Jane' is simply dreadful.
With the summer rush from the Outside came special correspondents for the big newspapers and magazines, and one and all, using unlimited space, they wrote Daylight up; so that, so far as the world was concerned, Daylight loomed the largest figure in Alaska.
In the end, one day, fear and obedience were swept away by the rush of life, and the cub straddled and sprawled toward the entrance.
He was confused and blinded by the rush of it and the beat of angry wings.