(1) Since time immemorial man has caught fish and whales, but in the past three decades a rum situation has emerged.(2) We live in a rum world where politicians and the media put people on trial.(3) she fortified herself with a large tot of rum(4) He said it was the liquor, rum and rotgut, which made him ill, but all of our servants couldn't lift him up straight when the doctor came a visiting, and I reckon it was something worse.(5) buy him a rum and he'll tell you his life story(6) Someone had decided to cajole this rum collection of musicians into an all-hands-to-the-pump version of John Lennon's Across the Universe.(7) The whole thing's been distinctly rum from the word go├ö├ç┬¬(8) It's certainly a rum old place, this Brave New World.(9) He counseled using a mixture of light and dark rums in punches, because unlike other spirits, rums are better when you mix them together.(10) They ran up a bill and started rowing with the waitress over the cost of their vodkas and rums .(11) Good wine and spirits shops usually carry a range of rums from various islands, but there are some exceptional blends that are rarely exported.(12) The pub has a large, varied and moderately-priced wine list, as well as a normal pub bar, and features a specials board for an interesting selection of different rums and whiskies.(13) While spiced and coconut rums have been staples at the bar for years, new flavors are starting to appear.(14) There are some fine tapas dishes and a wide choice of tasty Cuban rums and we recommend you lie back on antique couches and chairs and sample the menu.(15) I seem to remember the captain pointing out its rumness in a less polite way in the recent series too.(16) If you mix three different rums with four kinds of fruit juice, the chances that the finished product will be a pleasant quaff are pretty good.