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The outward manifestation of the germinating idea was one of bestial rage; but the inner sensations were pleasurable in the extreme.
Great was the excitement and hot was the rage of the men when they learned that the white devil had again entered their homes, frightened their women and stolen arrows and ornaments and food.
Whenever he went into a rage, we yielded and reinforced it.
Source: Alzheimer's Association of Orange County, California (as cited in Elder Rage).
While road rage, air rage and even supermarket trolley rage have all hit the headlines recently, Bill Gray, 71, created his very own claim to fame after a frustrating wait at a car wash.
The AA's head of policy for Scotland, Neil Greig, said: "I have not heard of car wash rage before.
WHEN I think about it there's not a "rage" known to man that I haven't had or been a victim of.
And only this week I had a very bad attack of taxi rage. There I was sitting in the back seat of a black cab on Oxford Street already 20 minutes late for an appointment.
In a (http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/tom-morello-paul-ryan-is-the-embodiment-of-the-machine-our-music-rages-against-20120816) Rolling Stone 's column published Thursday, Tom Morello, the former lead guitarist of Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave, called Ryan's appreciation of the band "amusing, because he is the embodiment of the machine that our music has been raging against for two decades."
And Paul Ryan is clueless about his favorite band, Rage Against the Machine."
El receptor para los compuestos de glicosilacion avanzada (RAGE) es un receptor multiligandos que interactua con estructuras tridimensionales mas que con secuencias de aminoacidos, por ende interactua mas con patrones moleculares que con un ligando especifico, esto lo hace capaz de unirse a varios ligandos de caracter tanto exogeno como endogeno (1-6).
RAGE pertenece a la superfamilia de las inmunoglobulinas (4).