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  • All the names you would expect are scrumming about in the lobby, attending the panels, receiving swag and publicity copies of Ken Auletta's book on Google.

    Fortune's Stanley Bing: Thank God I'm Not In Sun Valley!

  • The Welsh have an all-Lions front row that can be compared to any in the world game and they put the Wallabies under severe pressure, scrumming them to pieces.

    England's scrum will not dominate Australia, claims Jannie du Plessis

  • The players make me feel like I was tackling, scrumming, and rucking alongside them.

    Essence of Sport

  • Media arrived more than an hour early to be assured of front row places, but were reduced to scrumming for position after a sniffer dog was brought in to inspect their equipment.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The kids were all scrumming round us, desperate not to miss out.

    Long Way Down

  • Indians defenders pile onto him, scrumming to shove him backward, clawing at the ball, even as the officials wildly blow their whistles.

    Hurricane Season

  • When the scrumming stops, Kyle is at the bottom of a dogpile and no one can tell where the ball has landed.

    Hurricane Season

  • Frustrations and emotions run high on both sides, and the scrumming on the line of scrimmage, the after-the-play forearms and shoulders start to get rough.

    Hurricane Season

  • Come back and the orgy of scrumming is still going on.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • No one was allowed to deliberately thrust a stick among the legs of the scrumming Companions.

    Exile's Valor


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