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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rant.

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  • It's an expansion, or rather, a specification of the rant I gave at GDC -- since my nervous-rambling presentation (during which I "ranted" and was promptly embarrassed by the tidy, well-constructed presentations my peers gave), I've been hoping to revisit the topic in a clearer, more specific way, so in a way, this is that.

    While You Wait For The Others

  • It's an expansion, or rather, a specification of the rant I gave at GDC -- since my nervous-rambling presentation (during which I "ranted" and was promptly embarrassed by the tidy, well-constructed presentations my peers gave), I've been hoping to revisit the topic in a clearer, more specific way, so in a way, this is that.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • KURTZ: And then he had this press conference where he kind of ranted and raved and didn't talk about the impeachment charges.

    CNN Transcript Jan 11, 2009

  • “At the hospital he kind of ranted and raved,” Mr. Pearl said.

    Poe���s Mysterious Death: The Plot Thickens!

  • Leonardo da Vinci didn't speak out against cruelty to animals, he "ranted" against it.

    The State of "The Nation" (eat meat?)

  • The gap from the lane was narrow, made more narrow by the rapid growth of summer; her rake caught in an ash-spray, and in releasing it she "ranted" the bosom of her print dress.

    The Life of the Fields

  • Gordon Brown, who continued to base himself in Downing Street, faced claims he had "ranted" at

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) sent a letter to supporters today criticizing Gibbs for having "ranted" against liberal activist in an interview with The

    Home/News

  • There were reports that it was a rather unpleasant conversation during which Mr. Brown reportedly "ranted" but a Lib Dem spokesperson said it was "perfectly amicable".

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • According to the website Cricinfo. com Benson "ranted" in the umpires room at the close of play and expressed his dissatisfaction with the review system which, he is alleged to have said, "just makes umpiring harder".

    Sport news, comment and results | guardian.co.uk

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