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rum

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

[origin obscure]
1. An alcoholic beverage prepared from fermented sugar cane juice.
2. Colloquially, any alcoholic beverage.
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It was then erected in the manufacturer's showroom in New Oxford Street, London, until it was purchased by industrialist Sir George Bullough and moved to his Kinloch Castle on the Isle of Rum in 1906.
Producers of BBC wildlife series Autumnwatch used thermal cameras to capture footage of rutting on the Isle of Rum, in which stags lock antlers with each other for mating dominance.
LEBENSR(A)UM: Kilmory, Isle of Rum, showing the old settlement with the beach beyond and the Cuillins of Skye in the background; AT HOME: Rhodri Evans is the chief warden on Rum, an island south of Skye
The first time I heard this sound was on the Isle of Rum in 2008, where it genuinely unsettled me because I had no idea what it was.
A new community-owned bunkhouse on the Isle of Rum has opened for its first summer season.
to the Isle of Rum for a guided walk to see and hear the amazing rutting stags in season.
Eve Morris will be the only pupil at the school on the isle of Rum.