Rush

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Rush, Dublin - Twinning
... List of twin towns and sister cities in the Republic of Ireland Rush is twinned with the following place San Mauro Castelverde, Sicily, Italy ...
Sonic Rush
... Sonic Rush (ソニック・ラッシュ, Sonikku Rasshu?) is a 2005 platform handheld video game developed by Sonic Team and Dimps exclusively for the Nintendo ... title Sonic DS at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2004, and under Sonic Rush at E3 2005 ... Upon release, Sonic Rush was well received by critics, with praise stemming from the game's music and similarity to older games in the series and criticism stemming from its overall quickness ...
It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back - Background
... Public Enemy's 1987 debut album Yo! Bum Rush the Show, while acclaimed by hip hop critics and aficionados, had gone ignored for the most part by the rock and R B mainstream, selling only 300,000 copies, which ... "On the day that Yo! Bum Rush the Show was released, we was already in the trenches recording Nation of Millions," stated lead MC Chuck D ... that the music on Nation of Millions would have to be faster than that found on Yo! Bum Rush the Show ...
The Rush Limbaugh Show - Rush To Excellence Tours and Cruises
... In the 1990s Limbaugh sponsored several Rush to Excellence Tours, or "concerts" featuring him at venues across the country, including the Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan ... He also sponsored Rush to Excellence Cruises on ocean liners ...
Whip Rush
... Whip Rush (ウィップラッシュ 惑星ボルテガスの謎) (or Whip Rush Mystery of the planet Voltegas, Whip Rush 2222AD The Invasion of the Voltegians) is a side-scrolling space shooter released in ...

Famous quotes containing the word rush:

    The rush to books and universities is like the rush to the public house. People want to drown their realization of the difficulties of living properly in this grotesque contemporary world, they want to forget their own deplorable inefficiency as artists in life.
    Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)

    When our kids are young, many of us rush out to buy a cute little baby book to record the meaningful events of our young child’s life...But I’ve often thought there should be a second book, one with room to record the moral milestones of our child’s lives. There might be space to record dates she first shared or showed compassion or befriended a new student or thought of sending Grandma a get-well card or told the truth despite its cost.
    Fred G. Gosman (20th century)

    These people who are always briskly doing something and as busy as waltzing mice, they have little, sharp, staccato ideas.... But they have no slow, big ideas. And the fewer consoling, noble, shining, free, jovial, magnanimous ideas that come, the more nervously and desperately they rush and run from office to office and up and downstairs, thinking by action at last to make life have some warmth and meaning.
    Brenda Ueland (1891–1985)