Rugby

[video game] Rugby is the 2001 installment of Electronic Arts` Rugby video game series. The game was developed by The Creative Assembly and published by EA Sports. The game is EA Sports` first rugby union game on PlayStation 2, and is succeeded by Rugby 2004,. Rugby features over 20 teams, over 500 players and over 20 stadiums. The game`s c...
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rugby

[n] - (British) a form of football played with an oval ball
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rugby

rugby football noun a form of football played with an oval ball
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Rugby

(from the article `Rugby`) town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Warwickshire, England. The town of Rugby was not of great importance until the ...
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Rugby

town and borough (district), administrative and historic county of Warwickshire, England. The town of Rugby was not of great importance until the ...
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Rugby

city, seat (1889) of Pierce county, north-central North Dakota, U.S. It lies about 140 miles (225 km) northwest of Grand Forks. Rugby, founded in ...
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rugby

football game played with an oval ball by two teams of 15 players (in rugby union play) or 13 players (in rugby league play). Both rugby union and ... [21 related articles]
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Rugby

Rugby is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `from the raven`s estate` The name Rugby doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Rugby seems to be unique!
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Rugby

Rugby is a servant to doctor Caius.
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Rugby

an offshoot from soccer started in the early 1800s; rugby players are allowed to pick up the ball with their hands and run with it, and also make full contact with each other whether going after the ball or not.
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rugby

rugby, game that originated (1823), according to tradition, on the playing fields of Rugby, England. It is related to both soccer and American football. The game is said to have started when a Rugby School student named William Webb Ellis playing soccer picked up the ball and ran downfield with it i...
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Rugby

Rugby, town (1991 pop. 59,039), Warwickshire, central England. An important railroad junction and engineering center, Rugby is the seat of one of England's most esteemed public schools. Rugby School was founded in 1567 under the terms of the will of Laurence Sheriff, a wealthy Rugby-born London merc...
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Rugby

Market town and railway junction in Warwickshire, central England, on the River Avon, 19 km/12 southeast of Coventry; population (2001) 61,400. Industries include engineering and the manufacture of cement, and the town has a cattle market. Rugby School (1567), a private school for boys, established its reputation under headmaster Thomas Arn...
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rugby

Contact sport that is traditionally believed to have originated at Rugby School, England, in 1823 when a boy, William Webb Ellis, picked up the ball and ran with it while playing football (now soccer). It is now played in two forms: Rugby League and Rugby Union
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Rugby

an offshoot from soccer started in the early 1800s; rugby players are allowed to pick up the ball with their hands and run with it, and also make full contact with each other whether going after the ball or not.
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Rugby

[Amtrak station] Rugby is served daily by Amtrak`s Empire Builder. The platform, tracks, and station are all owned by BNSF Railway. ...
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Rugby

[UK Parliament constituency] Rugby is a constituency{#tag:ref|A county constituency (for the purposes of election expenses and type of returning officer)|group= n} represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since its 2010 recreation by Mark Pawsey, a Conservative.{#tag:ref|As with all constituencies, the constituency elects on...
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Rugby

[automobile] The Rugby was a brand of automobile assembled by the Durant Motors Company of New York City, New York (USA). Beside badges and right hand drive for some models, the vehicle was identical to Durant`s Star car, and was assigned to export markets by Durant Motors, due to the name Star being under copyright by The Star Motor Compan...
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