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a headlong rush of people on a common impulse

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a wild headlong rush of frightened animals (horses or cattle)

act, usually en masse, hurriedly or on an impulse

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run away in a stampede

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The is not the first time a stampede in China turned deadly.
The bracelets will help the authorities provide care and identify people after a stampede, but cannot prevent one.
There were no cameras at the site in Mina where last year's stampede occurred.
Western art does representational work, but it also stands as an expression of the complex ways the Calgary Stampede continues to negotiate a definition through its practices of place.
His western focus with an emphasis on historic action and detail made him an obvious choice for the Stampede even though he was in the midst of learning the craft of etching and converting his drawings so as to gain the interest of New York art galleries.
Davidson states Borein made an ink sketch during the 1919 Stampede which was later transferred and printed as an etching titled Scratchin' High and also as a lithograph.
My Dixie Stampede partners and I look forward to developing this world-class entertainment and dining attraction which will appeal to everyone who visits the Orlando area.
The Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show will be the largest equestrian production in Orlando, featuring 32 majestic horses from Quarter horses to Belgian draft horses, riders and entertainers in a 100,000- square-foot facility.
The feast that's part of a Dixie Stampede evening is reason enough to go to the show.
The AP said the stampede may have been caused by false rumors of a bomb, which prompted thousands of pilgrims to escape in a panic.
A majority of those killed died due to suffocation as a result of the stampede.
Earlier PTI reports had suggested the stampede was triggered by the collapse of a wall near the shrine or that it started when some people tried to enter the temple in a hurry to beat the crowd.
3, a stampede at the hilltop Naina Devi temple in northern Himachal Pradesh State claimed the lives of 147 Hindu pilgrims.
No one would dispute the powerful influence of the Exhibition and Stampede (Stampede) on Calgary.
The Calgary Stampede, as one of Canada's major exhibitions, has been no exception to this rule.