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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • An island of southeast Greece in the Dodecanese Islands of the Aegean Sea between Crete and Rhodes. It was controlled at various times by Venice, Turkey, and Italy before passing to Greece in 1947.

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  • So, as they say in wrestling: Let's get ready to RUMBLE!

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  • Rowing the ATLANTIC twelve ROGUE WAVE RUMBLE a few nights after Christmas, I was rudely awakened when, without warning, a huge wave slammed into the side of the boat and tipped her onto her side.

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  • A couple of the frat boys holler not helpfully, “Are you ready to RUMBLE?” and laugh like tickled toddlers.

    Dream State

  • XLI THE DULL RUMBLE of thunder echoed across the Roof of the World, and a line of rain slashed at Tower Black.

    Fall of Angels

  • ROWCHE RUMBLE [top of page] [spoken/announced] Last orders half past ten

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  • ROYALS RUMBLE -- After close first half, No. 2-ranked H-BR turns up the pressure on underdog Marquette - My Web Times

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  • RUMBLE STRIP SLIP: Mercedes driver Michael Schumacher slides off the track on Saturday during the third practice session for the 2010 Australian F1 GP in Melbourne.

    Motoring

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