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rush

noun acceleration, bustle, celerity, crush, dash, deluge, expeditiousness, flood, flurry, haste, hurried activity, hurry, no time to lose, onrush, precipitance, press of work, promptitude, rampage, run, scamper, scramble, scurry, sprint, spurt, stampede, torrent, urgency, velocity, whirlwind
Associated concepts: time of the essence, date certain

rush

verb accelerate, bustle, charge, expedite, hustle, lose no time, make haste, precipitate, quicken, rush to and fro, scramble, scurry, speed, spout, spur, spurt, surge, work under pressure
See also: dispatch, expedite, haste, hasten, outbreak, outburst, precipitate, race, spate
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The bad news for the Bears is that the free-agent market for top pass rushers is thin at best after Ziggy Ansah and DeMarcus Lawrence were franchised.
If the Steelers don't draft a pass rusher, their focus could be on landing a cornerback.
I certainly share Oliver's view that William Rusher was a crucial leader.
As for Bill Rusher, who had already retired, Allison writes, "I doubt that Rusher was ever invited back.
She turned the machine off and called her husband Nick - who fortunately for nine-month-old Rusher is a vet.
Luckily, her hubby Nick is a vet and after checking Rusher over at his surgery, he was able to give the nine-month-old hamster the all-clear.
I think [my parents] influenced me very profoundly," says Rusher in an interview.
With just 14 sacks in that time, it's obvious McPhee is, at best, a decent situational pass rusher.
They might go after a top pass rusher like Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah or Dion Jordan.
William Rusher, National Review, and the Conservative Movement, David B.
Unlike Buckley, with whom Rusher will always and inevitably be compared, Rusher was an only child.
The 103-year-old Bank of Brinkley has been owned by the Rusher family.