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rambo(ize)

(ˈræmbo(ɑɪz))
tv. to (figuratively) annihilate someone or something; to harm someone or something. (Collegiate. From the powerful film character Rambo.) The students ramboed the cafeteria, and the cops were called.

rambo

verb
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Tiger has made waves with the poster," Anand added, adding how it was very encouraging for the team when Hollywood's original Rambo, Sylvester Stallone, tweeted it.
Not content with just making a great bike, Rambo next turned to accessories that will aid in the hunt.
The Rambo series is based on the novel First Blood by David Morrell and stars Sylvester Stallone as a Vietnam veteran and US Special Forces soldier.
The gold medal was not unexpected, given that Rambo has done very well in various events in the past.
Stallone first played John Rambo in the 1982 movie First Blood, returning to the role for sequels released in 1985 and 1988 before reprising the character two decades later in the 2008 movie.
Asked about a new Rambo film, Sly initially joked that he would now be "based in Vegas" instead of fighting wars.
This instalment tells how John Rambo's Vietnam commanding officer Colonel Trautman is held hostage in Afghanistan, and its up to Rambo to rescue him.
A snapshot of his look in Prabhu Deva's upcoming Rambo Rajkumar that was posted on Twitter reveals Shahid flaunting sinewy biceps and a six- pack.
10am The movie which introduced the world to the iconic figure of John Rambo is actually a far cry from the increasingly bloodthirsty sequels - this is more of a psychological thriller rather than an action adventure, highlighting the traumatic effects of combat.
Keith Lemon knows his favourite film, Rambo First Blood, so well that he can describe its entire plot barely drawing breath.
One of these models is the seven-stage Rambo Model.
Lou the wolf attempts to make a meal of a flock of lambs but is thrown off the premises by Rambo the Ram.
While Chuck Norris freed military prisoners from Vietnam in Missing in Action (Joseph Zito, 1984) and both Patrick Swayze and Charlie Sheen defended the United States against a Communist invasion in Red Dawn (John Milius, 1984), Sylvester Stallone's turn as John Rambo epitomized the subgenre, with Rambo: First Blood Part II being the most financially lucrative and visually excessive film in the 1980s high concept war film cycle.
During the 1980s, the cinematic character John Rambo achieved iconic status in American popular culture by performing superhuman feats of strength, courage, and willpower to overcome situations of extreme peril and a diverse array of foes.
Rachel, who turns 24 next week, sent us photographs of herself while travelling around the US with her blue sheep, named Rambo Lambo in honour both of Sylvester Stallone's Rambo and FA Cup goal scorer Aaron Ramsey.