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Frank joined the ruck of the demonstrators and passed through the portals of the magnificent gate.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
He's stuck up and citified, and wears gloves, and takes his meals private in his room, and all that sort of ruck.Gallegher and Other Stories|Richard Harding Davis
He shoved the doctor forward, and followed him, kicking to right and left a ruck of weapons and dbris.Cursed|George Allan England
There were so much ruck and stuff under his feet that Mayo gave up searching after a time.
In that riot of tempest and ruck of sea he was straining his eyes, trying to get a glimpse of the hulk on Razee.