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Ranting is not his style, rather an absorption with every aspect of the production to the exclusion of all other considerations.
Sniffing, sobbing, wiling and ranting are socially acceptable expressions in some cultures.
Let's not sweep it under the carpet while ranting over semantics of crime.
Unless you address that inverted pyramid all you are doing is ranting.
Regardless, it is your paranoid ranting that clearly paints you as an anti-science fanatic.
You, for instance, seem to derive some masochistic pleasure from reading a blog that leaves you ranting and raving.
One would be able to form a more informed opinion, rather than ranting about what they wish to derive from the study.
Never heard a smoker ranting about a non-smoking one.
He apologised, but still claimed that his ranting had strong foundations.
But the nurse said my patient had been ranting and uncooperative with blood draws and blood-pressure checks.
The cold war was under way, so someone was always ranting about communism, pro or con.
Eliminating the anonymity will definitely squelch much of the hateful ranting.
It is simplistic to believe that all our information comes from deliberate tuning in to extremists' ranting.
It is healthy debate that calls for considered responses, not ranting.
Nothing hinted at the clownish, ranting figure of later years.
But of course everyone loves a conspiracy theory as much as they do ranting mindlessly.
Ranting about that here does nothing as none of them are reading this, or really any other intelligent blog.
The ranting of her world-hating driving instructor was overly exaggerated.

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