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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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These were major roads which recorded the slowest speed during the morning rush hours in June.
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Among the runners was Martin Reeves, chief executive of the council, who is seen on the video telling the camera: e Rush Hour Challenge and activities like this are important for three main reasons.
Perfect Score -- Rush Hour for Android tracks the number of moves players make to get out of the traffic jams and compares them to the shortest, most efficient path possible.
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And in the last 10 years the only films he's appeared in have been the Rush Hour trilogy.
This second volume of Rush Hour, like the first, does not back away from hard subjects but combines a variety of voices to explicate the bad boy phenomenon in American society.
Pickpocket incidents occurred most often during peak shopping times, which usually occurred outside the station, or during evening rush hours.
now establishes that Rush Hour is indeed a formidable puzzle.
From 1975 to 1987, the share of interstate highways in metropolitan areas that were congested during rush hours rose from 42 percent to 63 percent, according to a study by Clifford Winston and his colleagues at the Brookings Institution.
Built for unprecedented destruction, Burnout Revenge challenges gamers to exact their revenge on rush hour traffic, vindictive rival racers and anything else that gets between them and the finish line.
In third place is the A171 northbound (Cargo Fleet Lane) in Middlesbrough with an average speed of 17mph during rush hour.