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rub

1. Bowls an uneven patch in the green
2. 
a. Golf an incident of accidental interference with the ball
b. Informal a piece of good or bad luck
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In an attempt to dodge that bullet, I reminded him, "Remember, if you become a politician, you'll have to rub elbows with other politicians every day, and some of those guys are so corrupt that they could pick the gold fillings out of your teeth while you're awake.
The Circus Sarasota gala was definitely an interactive event, as guests had the chance not only to rub elbows with professional clowns, jugglers and aerialists but to try a little performing themselves.
Proximity allows more of their key players to attend and rub elbows with the up-and-coming and the already established people in the world of book publishing.
I get to rub elbows with groups from all around the country, and, without fail, people express their thanks and their admiration for what our young men and women are doing.
Thus the folks whose names appear on our basement wall rub elbows with Saint Ignatius of Loyola and Saint Mary Magdalene and the kid who was gunned down on Chicago's South Side last week.
For 11 days, you can see great movies, interact with talented filmmakers, rub elbows with Hollywood celebrities, and party, party, party," says Ron Henderson, the rambunctious executive director of the Denver Film Society, which puts on the event.
Scottsdale also hosts an annual underwriting seminar at its headquarters for its MGAs every year and invites the MGA upper management out West every August to rub elbows and get the story of how business is really doing.
Ms Wiz Goes to Hollywood is book #14 and in it she lends a hand to young Shelley Kelly, who wins a trip to the glitzy city and hopes to rub elbows with her favorite movie stars.
Spaulding knew that the annual conference allows burgeoning dancers to rub elbows with heroes like Donald McKayle, Ron Brown, Dudley Williams, and Virginia Johnson.