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n. 1 (plural of rush English) 2 (context cinematography English) Unedited footage; film material as recorded to tape etc.

Rushes (album)

Rushes is a 1998 ambient techno album by The Fireman, a duo composed of Paul McCartney and producer Youth.

Rushes (song)

"Rushes" is a 2002 single by Darius Danesh, one of the finalists on Pop Idol in 2002. It was his second single release and was taken from his debut album Dive In. It was released on 25 November 2002. The song did not hit the heights of his debut number one single, " Colourblind" but it still reached number 5 on the UK Singles Chart.

Usage examples of "rushes".

Indeed, we afterwards found out that as a general rule the wind set on shore from daybreak for some hours, and off shore again at sunset, and the explanation that I offer of this is, that when the earth is cooled by the dew and the night the hot air rises, and the draught rushes in from the sea till the sun has once more heated it through.

Miles on miles of quagmire, varied only by bright green strips of comparatively solid ground, and by deep and sullen pools fringed with tall rushes, in which the bitterns boomed and the frogs croaked incessantly: miles on miles of it without a break, unless the fever fog can be called a break.

As we went we began to pass a considerable accumulation of floating rushes, weed, boughs of trees, and other rubbish, brought, Good supposed, to this spot by some current, which he was much puzzled to account for.

The soil was formed of clayey flint-earth, mingled with vegetable matter, such as the remains of rushes, reeds, grass, etc.

He rushes on and on, never missing his footing, never hesitating, threading his way with perfect skill between tree trunks, jumping over bush and briar and the smaller streams, wading the larger, swimming the largest of all.

They behaved like modern soldiers in an attack, making rushes and taking cover, anxious not to be seen from the castle windows.

But they were doing so in short rushes, and whenever they stopped, they turned and faced the travellers.

Zad first attempted to rush me down as a bull might a wolf, but I was much too quick for him, and each time I side-stepped his rushes he would go lunging past me, only to receive a nick from my sword upon his arm or back.

Marut, and if he does what he says and rushes us at sundown, everyone of us will be killed.

Let him remember this when Jana rushes on and death is very near to him to-day, and let him look--for then perchance he shall see me.

French battalion rushes to the bridgehead, spikes the guns, and the bridge is taken!

Then Roland deployed them into a line of skirmishers and they went forward into the swath-line in quick rushes, ready to meet enemy fire.

He kept the cavalry busy on the left and right flanks, making short rushes at the enemy to keep them off balance and to prevent an organized counterthrust.

Several squads of heavily armed Trolls made a series of rushes at the Legion command, but they were equally matched in numbers and the veteran soldiers quickly repelled them.

As lines of Gnome archers showered the low bulwarks and the bluff beyond with a seemingly endless barrage of arrows, large bands of mixed swordsmen, Gnome and Troll, made sharp rushes at the Southland defenses, trying vainly to discover a weak point.