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“I admit that a private jet beats the TSA rub-a-dub.”
“Get ready to skank and rub-a-dub all night, helped by $3.50 Red Stripes and stiff rum drinks.”
“Live mixing from MES actually made sense, too. (in a rub-a-dub style ...)”
“We had breakfast, and afterwards Linnea and I did our usual washing - teeth, and hands and faces, and big towel-wrestling rub-a-dub drying off afterwards.”
“Be that as it may, I was by this time wide awake, though much aggrieved at feeling so, and through the open window heard the distant roll of musketry, and the beating of drums, with a quick rub-a-dub, and the ‘come round the corner’ of trumpet-call.”
“A spunky combination of rock and rub-a-dub, the song has a knee-dipping sound along the lines of African pop singer Fela Anikulapo Kuti, with the greasy, delayed-timing sax chorus of vintage James Brown.”
“It affords endless amusement to listen to their endless variety of complaint; some are restless, some spiteful, and some angry, while others sound as merrily as a teakettle, or beat a jolly 'rub-a-dub,' 'rataplan,' that makes a man's soul merry to hear.”
“Several times, a sergeant, corporal, and a couple of drummers came down to Lexington, and marched through the town, beating a rub-a-dub on their drums.”
“The old staid rub-a-dub of the English drummer is giving place to the stirring French rat-a-plan.”
“A little French drummer, singing to his rub-a-dub, and the agreeable yell of a dog, complete the vocal performers.”
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