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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rampage.

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Examples

  • Perhaps you recall the rampages of the drunken, leering father; the outraged pride of Katerina Ivanovna; the reeking wake of the saintly Father Zosima; or (the grad student's choice) the speech of the Grand Inquisitor.

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  • While Netanyahu's settlement freeze was "partial and very feeble", Michaeli said, it could well trigger more "price tag rampages" by the violent settler fringe.

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  • A former neighbor said yesterday that Campano often spoke negatively and went on "rampages" about the government.

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  • Similar "rampages" have occurred outside of Israel, including two relatively infamous cases.

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  • It has trained staff at more than 650 schools in 23 states on how to set up so-called ambassadors — influential student leaders of varied cliques who learn how to squelch minor fires of bullying and other behaviors, and to report potential rampages.

    Post-Columbine programs help prevent rampages

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  • Known for his shirtless rampages over enemy soldiers and small town sheriffs, is it any wonder that he found his way into our roster?

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  • Since the Columbine incident, many schools have set up anonymous methods to report potential rampages, says Jim Larson, school psychology professor at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

    Post-Columbine programs help prevent rampages

  • No country that presides over a barbarous occupation, has apartheid laws, engages in periodic genocidal rampages, and elects Zionist ultras such as Netanyahu and Avigdor (Death to Arabs) Liebermann to power has the right to point the finger at anyone else.

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  • Under this legislation, the crimes at Virginia Tech, which some are calling one of the deadliest rampages in U.S. history, would not be punishable to the level of these so-called ‘hate crimes.’

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