In 1663 the word amok
was set into dictionaries as the idea of `a frenzied Malay'.
Patiently ridden, Amok
cruised around the field on the home turn and briefly headed a driven The Romford Pele (ran well at Cheltenham next time) before tiring and making a mess of the last, eventually finishing fourth.
CATTLE MARKET: The escaped bull, caught on CCTV inside the antiques centre where it ran amok
Eden Strang ran amok
naked, attacking worshippers with the weapon attending a service at Thornton Heath, South London in November 1999.
The new court may very well run amok
, but with passage of our bill, American men and women in uniform will be protected.
It referred to the actions of Rockford Bishop Thomas Doran as "prolife politics gone amok
But even if Random House hadn't tarted up Preston's expanded version of his New Yorker piece about a deadly jungle virus run amok
in suburban Washington, this book would have been a runaway hit.
DURING THE PAST FEW YEARS, DOZens of grass-roots property-rights organizations have sprung up across the country to protest what their members see as environmental regulations run amok
THE MOTHER of the 23-year-old rookie policeman who was arrested on Sunday afternoon after running amok
inside the Manila Police District (MPD) headquarters blamed his colleagues for the incident, saying her son was a victim of bullying.
Flesh-eating corpses run amok
at Universal Studios Hollywood's Director's Cut attraction.
Yet the article states that "if normal cell growth runs amok
, the [normal] EGF receptor follows its cell-division signals with a self-destruct message.
At their most sweeping--as in the New West panorama Phoenix, Arizona, August 1979, 1979/2003, which features a line of riders on horseback meandering through desert scrub while the city's Mission-lite suburbs hover in the background--the photographs seem to collapse the narrative of manifest destiny into a fractured fairy tale of visual clutter run amok