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rum

(rŭm),
A spirit distilled from the fermented juice of sugar cane.

rum

[origin obscure]
1. An alcoholic beverage prepared from fermented sugar cane juice.
2. Colloquially, any alcoholic beverage.
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'No, the deer were all across on the isle of Rhum. Before the War the English grandee that owned Rhum would have his stalking parties of gentlemen and ladies up for the sport.
"Singing Sand and Isle Of Rhum both belong to Helen Hamilton of Peaty Sandy fame.
Liam Cooper, who turned 21 yesterday, had a nasty fall from Isle Of Rhum and was taken to Furness General Hospital in Barrow with a suspected broken ankle.