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Ranting

Boiler, Boanerges
a zealous, raving preacher. [Br. Lit.: The Uncommercial Traveller]
Gantry, Elmer
fire-breathing, hypocritical preacher. [Am. Lit.: Elmer Gantry]
Howler, Rev. Melchisedech
ranting loudmouth. [Br. Lit.: Dombey and Son]
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I hope there will be no more ranting from the Chronicle.
The exclusive footage of Waters ranting at a recent ifcRANT photo shoot can also be found online at www.
com/ddale8/status/832467052719808512) Canadian newspaper read : "'I'm not ranting and raving," Trump rants in wild presser.
One study assessed whether individuals felt calmer or angrier after ranting on an Internet site, and whether people who frequent rant-sites are more likely to have problems related to anger.
English teacher and writer Chris Firth had the idea for the animation called Richard Ranting.
CONGRATULATIONS to actor Ian Hart (ECHO, April 30) for confirming the stereotype about schizophrenics-that they are all mad, ranting people unable to hold themselves together in normal society.
Manager rant: John Pucko was always ranting at my boys' clubPlans when you hang up your boots: Hopefully it's a long way off but I would love to get into coaching.
There's some great stuff in there: a road trip back east some ranting and raving about Bush and public funding for arts, some random art, a rant about veganism and some New Mexico coverage.