Some articles on gush:
... is an Israeli settlement located in the West Bank, in the westernmost area of the Gush Etzion settlement bloc ... located above the highway from Gush Etzion to Beit Shemesh and the Shephelah ... It is administered by the Gush Etzion Regional Council ...
... During the Israeli War of Independence, Cohen defended Jerusalem and Gush Etzion, where he fought with Etzel for the Old City of Jerusalem ... He accompanied convoys of soldiers to Jerusalem and Gush Etzion, and also fought to defend the Gush ... Together with the survivors of Gush Etzion and the defenders of the Jewish Quarter, he was taken to Amman and then to the prison camp in Mafraq ...
... release date English ISBN 1 November 1996 (Original) March 10, 2004 (Gush re-release) ISBN 978-4592203216 (Original) ISBN 978-4-87724-337-1 (Gush re-release ...
... Richard Gush (1789–1858) was an 1820 Settler ... These events inspired Guy Butler to write Richard Gush of Salem, a play that was commissioned by the Cape Performing Arts Board in 1968 for performance in 1970 as part of the celebrations of 150th ... Gush was a carpenter and built Salem's first church ...
2001, Hailey and Grody reunited as a band named Gush which featured more of an indie rock sound ...
More definitions of "gush":
- (verb): Issue in a jet; come out in a jet; stream or spring forth.
- (noun): A sudden rapid flow (as of water).
Example: "There was a little gush of blood"
Synonyms: flush, outpouring
- (verb): Praise enthusiastically.
Famous quotes containing the word gush:
“Human kindness is like a defective tap, the first gush may be impressive but the stream soon dries up.”
—P.D. (Phyllis Dorothy)
“There is a continual exchange of ideas between all minds of a generation. Journalists, popular novelists, illustrators, and cartoonists adapt the truths discovered by the powerful intellects for the multitude. It is like a spiritual flood, like a gush that pours into multiple cascades until it forms the great moving sheet of water that stands for the mentality of a period.”
—Auguste Rodin (18491917)