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- adj. Very fashionable and popular, like a craze
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Native islanders did the menial work for them, and for a while local goat cheese was all the rage at parties on the west beach.
This summer, crack was all the rage out here, particularly on Beach Road.
Into this peculiar “tailed Sonnet” Milton condenses metrically all the rage against Presbytery, the Westminster Assembly, and the Anti-Tolerationists, which had already broken forth at large in his later prose pamphlets.
Judging from the experience of Japanese consumers, though, there is hope: A bitter chocolate pretzel stick called Pocky, made by Osaka-based Ezaki Glico, is all the rage in Japan and has even recently branched out into the milk chocolate category with its “Royal Milk Pocky” what an experiential name!
So the gun was probably a Para-Ordnance, not that Bob let her know he knew a Para from a Springfield from a Kimber from a Colt from a Nighthawk from a Wilson, and all the other 1911 models that were suddenly all the rage in self-defense and sporting circles.
When we come back, with co-ed and gender-neutral housing all the rage on college campuses, why one school has decided to go back to the single-sex dorm.