(Imagine the Flatiron building collapsing one sunny, rush-hour evening).
The streets were filled with the rush-hour floods of people.
She was battered by the noise and shuttling of the rush-hour traffic.
In ten minutes you long for the comparative ease of the rush-hour at Brooklyn Bridge.
It takes big cars to climb those hills, let alone haul the trailers that are a feature of the Pittsburgh rush-hour traffic.
Malone hadn't reckoned with New York's rush-hour traffic, and, after seeing it, he still didn't believe it.
On his return, he found the trains running on the five-minute, rush-hour schedule.
The trip into the city was slow; rush-hour traffic from the port was heavy.
At the street corner, as solid as granite in the "rush-hour" tide of humanity, stood the Man from Nome.
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