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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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It gives Johnson full exemption on the PGA Tour next season when he will rub shoulders with the stars of the world game.
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Daniel McCready, 13, Clive Nembhard, 11 and Kevin Straughan, nine, won their chance to rub shoulders with England's finest as part of a competition run by Newcastle New Deal for Communities in partnership with the FA.
It's a chance for young filmmakers to rub shoulders with a powerful elite of gatekeepers.
They rub shoulders, snatch furtive glimpses, taunt one another, and leer at us from the other side of the looking glass--introducing in the process new potential for social narrative.
In large urban centres such as London or Manchester, for instance, schooling at all levels still takes place in a diverse array of buildings from the Victorian monolith to the flimsy postwar prefab, patched up and retrofitted as funds and fashion permit, and arriviste redbrick universities rub shoulders with historic seats of learning.
Rub shoulders with high society and take in the sidewalk cafes and high-end shopping in one of the city's classiest neighborhoods.
Under his direction, religious fundamentalists and Social Darwinists are made to rub shoulders with aboriginal half-castes, imperial officials, rogue sailors, petty thieves, vicious convicts and even the occasional innocent in the everchanging world of the first half of the 19th century.
In it, fine art and folk art rub shoulders as does whimsy and kitsch.