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"Report on the Rampageous Right." New York Times Magazine, November 26.
Mayer's exhortations are delightfully bawdy and rampageous, not unlike Angela Carter's.
But worse than length is the monstrous immodesty of Lynch's letter, which overflows with archaic, obsolete, seldom-used words and phrases, including avouch, astringent, arrant, assiduous, and rampageous. Phrases such as "launch ourselves into a parabola of expansionary risk," "the ultimate plummeting of cherished corporate value," and "Malthusian limitations to our expansion" should be rewritten or cut.
comes in for the severest drubbing; a crypto-semite, closet flogger, rampant and rampageous sadist.
The McCrackens were the first of three families to suffer "rampageous attacks" in their homes in the Malone area by the pair.
During the two-week trial the jury heard the McCrackens were the first of three families to suffer "rampageous attacks" as Donegan and Moyna tried to steal cars while claiming to be from the IRA.