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rushen

(ˈrʌʃən)
adj
made of rushes
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If you're among them, don't miss "Jet Black," a duet with legendary vocalist Brandy that features a bassline with shadings of Patrice Rushen.
In addition, Rushen [9] underlined that data related to the HPA is inconsistent.
As Rushen and de Passille (2010) write, "Of all farm animals, dairy cows have the closest contact with people because of regular milking.
We were surrounded by fields and nearby was the Witches Mill that could be seen from our base at Castle Rushen School.
Billericay continued to press and got a goal back from Zoe Rushen who tucked home a bouncing ball in the penalty area.
After school ended, Ragan found herself in New York and immersed herself in the world of jazz, funk, and R&B, going on to collaborate with contemporary heavyweights such as Patrice Rushen, Bob Baldwin, Chieli Minucci, and Frank McComb.
The Abbey restaurant at Ballasalla served up a delicious vegan Wellington for sunday dinner after which we explored Rushen Abbey itself, where there are lots of brilliant activities for children.
The elimination of the main causes of involuntary culling significantly improves animal welfare as well as increases profits of the farm (Rushen and de Passille, 2013).
Soon after, the rain started to pour, and the tide of the game began to turn as Basildon piled on the pressure, resulting in Zoe Rushen pulling a goal back to make the half-time score 2-1.
Solano L, Barkema HW, Pajor EA, Mason S, LeBlanc SJ, Nash CGR, Haley DB, Pellerin D, Rushen J, de Passille AM, Vasseur E, Orsel K.