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stampede

any sudden large-scale movement or other action, such as a rush of people to support a candidate
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He stood a while longer, gazing out over the lonely flat and visioning with constructive imagination the scene if the stampede did come.
Capital Sdn Bhd had on Dec 13 signed deals with Kris Uttraphan, Beng Paik A/L Chau Deng, Koomerang Ventures Inc Sdn Bhd and Stampede Holdings Sdn Bhd to acquire the stake in Stampede.
A large crowd at a school toilet block in Puyang, China, turned deadly Wednesday when a stampede broke out.
On July 1, right near the Grand Mosque in Mecca, 18 pilgrims in Mecca for Ramadan were injured when some shock caused them to stampede, the daily Ar-Riyadh reported.
January 2005: Up to 300 people die in a stampede during a Hindu pilgrimage to the remote Mandhar Devi temple in Maharashtra state.
That's just part of the fun that awaits you when you visit the Calgary Stampede in Canada with Barrhead Travel.
MAKKAH: The deadly stampede at the Haj in Mina on Thursday has become the second worst in a number of tragedies to strike the pilgrimage, surpassed only by a tunnel stampede 25 years ago.
Over 1,000 people have already signed up for the challenge, with less than 10 weeks to go before the sixth Newcastle Stampede takes place at Newcastle Racecourse.
Adam Bewick, 26, is taking on the Newcastle Stampede for the British Heart Foundation at Newcastle Racecourse on October 11, a tough 10k mud run that helps raise tens of thousands of pounds for charities.
17 ( ANI ): Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi visited victims of the Ratangarh Temple stampede at the Datia District Hospital on Thursday.
A non-treaty First Nation would like to see the Calgary Stampede acknowledge the contributions of the Cree in the development of southern Alberta.
One of the most enduring and recognizable symbols of the Calgary Stampede is the Queen and her Princesses, three beautiful young women in glamorous western outfits, smiling, waving, promoting Calgary and the Stampede at local and distant events all year long.