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This time it's not about the Master Chief, it's about Cortana and she's starting to suffer from rampancy - a condition where an A.
Lost on the edge of deep space, with nothing but the ever more erratic Cortana for company (come Halo 4, she's suffering from Rampancy, an AI equivalent of dementia) 343i's first Halo proper is a suitably unnerving.
The situation has led to the rampancy of the scourge among particularly women, giving it a woman's face.
At the same time, the discovery of theological or ideological affinity with Islam by Western clerics or illuminati may be very slow to penetrate the popular mind, especially in times when this mind is assailed by 'dramatic evidence to the contrary' and democratic states become targets of aggression motivated precisely by a shift to rampancy by a pole in the theological spectrum.
Female rights advocate Katrina Legarda said that the rampancy of abuse against women, amid efforts to educate women and empower them, traces its roots to the fact that domestic abuse is a "silent crime.
With these funds it was possible to hire provocateurs, lumpen, bandits - and the new government could do nothing against the rampancy of these elements, said Dubnov.
British parents too are alarmed at the rampancy of the problem.
Japan, one character said, would "preside over a confederation of Asia," would "restrain the rampancy of England and France," and would "thwart the designs of Russia" (Beasley 1982, 153; Feldman 1952, 72; Sansom 1968, 412-14).
Under state regulation, legalization advocates argued, prostitutes would utilize their right, as workers, to a safe work environment, which meant they would no longer face the threat of violence or the rampancy of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)--incidences that became defined as "occupational hazards" under the worker's rights framework.