This would depends on how much money each rugby ball costs, so you need to be more specific.
The 1st 4 seater Ford Mustang would the 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang.
yes elephants have balls they are inside them instead of outside like most male animals
well it usually cost about double the amount of one 30 seater bus
If you're talking about the die-hard fans of rugby, the first one "Rugby's Die-Hard Fans" is correct. The apostrophe after the "y" in Rugby makes it possessive, indicating the die-hard fans are fans of rugby. Rugbys would be plural, but the word makes no sense: you can't have multiple rugbys, since it's a sport, and not an object to be duplicated. You can have multiple rugby games, for example, or multiple rugby balls, but not "rugbys."
If you mean toyota ? 7 seater then it would depend on wether you want to buy new or used ? the link below should answer some of those questions :)
That would be Martin "great balls" Offiah. He is the only Englishman to achieve this. Billy Boston was Welsh if anybody thinks it was him.
i would think motocross
Preference is that of the player. Most centres where rugby boots as opposed to soccer boots as the rugby version have 6 sole studs and 2 heal where soccer boots have 4 sole and 2 heal. In rugby the studs used are all "heal" length for grip, soccer use 10 millimeter in the sole
Balls and Wienies. Or they would complain about getting dunked in juice and staying hours inside a jar in a grocery until somebody buys them
Cannon balls would not blow up. The newspaper must have gotten something wrong - maybe they meant to say a mine blew up. Cannon balls are solid metal - they do damage when the cannon blows them out at high speed like a bullet. Cannon balls can explode, during the civil war era cannon balls were in use that were just a hallow shell of metal and had gun powder and pieces of metal on the inside an di fuse was placed in the cannon ball and when fired the fuse would ignite and then would burn the fuse and ignite the gun powder inside the cannon ball. There were also some cannon balls that would explode on impact using friction strips on the inside that would create a spark and ignite the gun powder on the inside. So yes cannon balls can explode, the type of cannon ball the person above me is referring to is called solid shot, there are a lot other types out there like cannister, and grape shot, and connical shaped rounds and even hexagonal shaped rounds just to name a few, but yes cannon balls can explode