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  • Haven't you grown? my grandmother, Dorothy, would exclaim in her warm Welsh soprano as we squirmed out of her embrace, scrummed through the Gothic porch and down the long, welcoming corridor.

    My quest to be more Welsh

  • When they were sent off, the other skaters dropped their gloves and sticks and scrummed along the boards, and a total of 44 penalty minutes were assessed.

  • At around 8AM, we scrummed in front of the door, fresh coffee and donuts brought by our field organizer in our hands -- and bolted through the opening door to the Ohio State cheer of "OH -- IO"!

    Hilary Lambert: Campaign Extremes in the Ohio-Kentucky Heartland

  • About a dozen floor brokers scrummed around the post for Wachovia, refereed by one of the specialist managers.

    Chaos Makes a Comeback on Floor

  • Evacuees scrummed for dwindling supplies of gas, picked clean the shelves of convenience marts, and battled to get, and then keep, their hotel rooms.

    Hurricane Season

  • Update: 02 February 2007 Premier Danny Williams scrummed with reporters today on his news release.

    Williams acts...long after the fact (Updated)(Updated 2)

  • He uses this like almost as much as he says "quite frankly", or coughs whenever he is being scrummed and is a tad uncomfortable.

    Charest suggests Euro-trade for Canada

  • Blogger Josh Wolf, scrummed from jail after eight months for refusing to turn over the videotape of a demonstration.

    CNN Transcript Apr 8, 2007

  • Where part of the media scrummed (ph), this quiet cul-de-sac in this village is teaming with press this morning.

    CNN Transcript Sep 9, 2007

  • The Premier and his energy minister scrummed with local media.

    Archive 2006-04-01


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