Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of scrum.

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Examples

  • On the other side of the scrum Andrew Sheridan, another well-acquainted with the destruction of Australian scrums, is back to vie with Payne and Joe Marler, the latest prop sensation.

    Dan Cole the tighthead Tiger who is too good to ditch

  • The client facing teams at $DAY_JOB have regular update meetings that they call scrums, making sure everyone is aware of current issues and the status of projects etc.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • At some software companies, developers working on new products take part in daily "scrums" - all-standing status reports supposedly inspired by rugby.

    Personal finance and money news, analysis and comment | guardian.co.uk

  • One CBC reporter has noted that Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff chooses to take the loudest questions during scrums, which is annoying, they say, for those journalists who tend not to yell.

    Mitchel Raphael

  • You don't have to waste your breath chirping at guys or in scrums.

    USATODAY.com - Ducks winning battle for minds

  • It descended into a bit of a farce in the scrums, which is not unusual these days.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • "There's real competition for places and we go live every week on a Wednesday doing four to six scrums, which is quite difficult."

    WalesOnline - Home

  • South Africans need to learn technical skills about scrums from the English.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • For him to get a goal, to get an assist, to get involved in some of the scrums, that is the type of player that he has to be and he came through for us.

    www.startribune.com

  • And though he understands it's part of the job description -- that is, the scrums in front of the goalie, getting whacked by defensemen -- it's nevertheless taken a toll on Holmstrom.

    detnews.com - Local

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