- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ruck.
“Much of Ireland's preparation this week has focused on neutralising the threat of Pocock at the breakdown and the scrum-half Will Genia running off the base of rucks, so with the openside out of the picture it will change the complexion of the contest.”
“I allow myself another indulgence and pull my arm back beneath the downy lightness and let my fingers meander across the mattress, slide over the sheet and negotiate the rucks and runnels made by our loving.”
“England scraping past Argentina, or even France getting a work out from Japan, will benefit them much more, I reckon.8 min: Ireland win the lineout and the forwards set up a series of rucks as they drive for the line.”
“They want to create brand loyalists who evangelize not only the quality of their rucks, but the lifestyle they represent: good livin'.”
“Thus while overly paranoid zombie aficionados may have go bags stored in their closet, Special Forces operators have go to hell rucks packed with gear, grenades, and ammo in the trunks of their Humvees.”
“In the Special Forces, bags aren't bags, they're rucks.”
“While he didn't stay in Africa long, he did spend time consulting on how to build go rucks for civilians.”
“Think of all the hundreds of rucks, mauls, lineouts and collapsed scrums at which Wales – like everyone else – have tried to pull a fast one.”
“We have been working this week on the detail that makes things work, such as attacking around the edge of rucks and wider out," Johnson said.”
“The Springboks were more laboured, but they contended that the home side, and Richie McCaw in particular, got away with slowing their possession down at rucks.”
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