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ragingly

(ˈreɪdʒɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a raging manner
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But when it comes to the self-selecting gals who elbow their way into high office, the idea that they're less ragingly ambitious, more conciliatory or less partisan is insulting and contrary to the facts.
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now became ragingly insistent to the exclusion of every other value.
Since the publication of Self-Criticism, time has added another ragingly popular word to the Arab lexicon: "rejection." Rejection first entered post-1967 politics in the shape of the famous three "no's" of the resolution of the Khartoum Arab League, adopted on September 1, 1967 ("No Peace; No Recognition; No Negotiations with Israel"), but it took off with a vengeance during the 1970s and 1980s in the form of the Arab "Steadfastness and Rejection Front," a 1977 collection of Arab States and Palestinian organizations under the umbrella of the PLO that rejected the Camp David treaty between Egypt and Israel, along with U.N.
Rubin's ragingly impure exhibition was a cinematic spook-a-rama.
But that is his only complaint, and it is cautiously expressed; the reviewer is otherwise wholly supportive of Chesterton's style, subject matter and message, taking particular delight in the passages "when the roar and rush of battle gets into his blood and carries him impetuously, ragingly, furiously swift, and eager, through the confused welter of the fight at Ethandune." It is a soul-stirring thing, the best in the form since Macaulay, and the reviewer is confident in his assertion that "much of it will doubtless survive its creator and take its place among the things that are treasured" (Anon.
Ma io qui non ho parole per commentare.' We see the execution of a man, blindfolded and tied to a tree, his body trembling ragingly after being shot.
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A ragingly hormonal teen and her accidental "anal fissure" take center-stage in "Wetlands" a high-energy, unapologetically vulgar, take-me-or-leave-me screen version of Anglo-German author Charlotte Roche's controversial worldwide bestseller.