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rampant

(of an arch) having one abutment higher than the other
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hepatitis is a major cause of large scale rampancy of this disease and those who are sensitized about this disease to some extent generally do not take it seriously in the beginning.
The report emphasizes the need for concerted and sustained international action to find a political solution to end the violence and to stop the rampancy of war crimes and grave violations of human rights.
The report emphasises the need for concerted and sustained international action to find a political solution to end the violence and to stop the rampancy of war crimes and grave violations of human rights.
In this exercise, we can specifically analyze over a dozen examples of content from television comedy shows that air every Sunday on Nation Television (NTV) and Kenya Television Network (KTN) to give some light on the rampancy of ethnic comedy in Kenya television that many Kenyans are privy to.
According to Deputy Communication and Multimedia Minister Datuk Jailani Johari, the MCMC study would remain more focused on the rampancy of cyber offences.
Romulo said, 'The rampancy of incidents of the so-called card-skimming, where hundreds of millions of pesos are lost by bank customers to syndicates involved in the duplication of cards and acquiring the personal identification numbers (PIN) of unsuspecting ATM cardholders, is now alarming.'
Legal origins are also associated with the rampancy of corruption in a society.
Hence 2013 has been almost a year of rampancy for Turkmenistan.
Xinhua, the official Chinese news agency, claimed the zone "could contribute to regional peace and security by curbing the increasing rampancy of Japan's right-wing forces" (Valencia 2013a).
The extension was made in the plot to highlight the rampancy of casting c0ouch in showbiz.
While it is unknown how banks will react to these rules, it's obvious that government regulators are taking a slightly more aggressive approach to banking mishaps following there rampancy in 2013.
The initial aims was assessing the degree of corruption of local officials and addressing malperformance in service delivery, given the rampancy of the "Unhealthy Tendencies" in bureaucracies (see Gong, 2003).