In the scrum of reporters backstage after the show, someone asked Mulleavy whether the collection had a “Vegas connection.”
Another result was a line of TV news trucks and a scrum of photographers outside the funeral as the church filled to overflowing.
Three or four of us huddled around him, almost a scrum, hanging on his every word.
There was a scrum for the rebound and Divac batted the ball away from the basket in an attempt to drain whatever time remained.
Anyone who does not want to talk to reporters knows to skip a walk through the scrum.
I suppose I can count for one in the scrum, said the stranger.
She's a little creature who went down in the scrum and has been kicked about ever since.
These operations had been closely followed by the class, who made a circle round the bomb like a football "scrum."
The referee blew his whistle for a scrum, and a certain try was lost.
Burgoyne led the scrum; he was a rough diamond, if indeed a diamond at all, and was not too popular with the side.