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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bum-rush.


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  • The Ethical Werewolf: Kanye West bum-rushes the history of philosophy

    Kanye West bum-rushes the history of philosophy

  • The next day is even less fruitful as the local lawyer all but bum-rushes Arthur back onto the train. Front Page

  • I'm excited for the inevitable scene in the finale when Smokey throws himself into the sonic fence over and over until it finally gives way and he bum-rushes Widmore's henchmen.

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  • (Warner Bros.), Sam Worthington bum-rushes our eyeballs in a 3-D fantasy-adventure for the second time this year.

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  • A few minutes later, a crackhead who looks like a (once) prettier, female version of Flavor Flav, walks through the door and bum-rushes His Majesty.

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  • Faraday's all "whatever happens, happens," so Sawyer calls him Plato and bum-rushes the execution - which involves a woman with a bag on her head (very Others!).


  • As you can see, Crosby's fighting style resembles that of a Jerry Springer guest who bum-rushes someone while they're coming on stage.

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  • After the overpowering sweetness of honey bum-rushes your taste buds, let it linger for just a few seconds.


  • Kanye West bum-rushes the VMA stage, grabs the microphone from Taylor Swift during her acceptance ...

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  • NCLB, an "act to close the achievement gap with accountability, flexibility, and choice, so that no child is left behind," was one of the biggest bum-rushes in the history of 'Merica; the kind of esoteric legislation that takes one stroke of a pen to put into place and might require decades to scrub clean.



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