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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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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.
With the addition of Rambo Marine to our OneWater Marine family of dealerships, the Malibu and Axis ownership experience in Alabama has taken a dramatic leap forward.
Within two years, Rambo had won gold in the Iraqi Bodybuilding Championships in the 75 kilo category.
Rambo is really playful and loves running free in our paddock area, his favourite game is chasing balls.
Further, the game incorporates as many classic Rambo action set-pieces as possible; like the famous Hope Police Station shooting with the M60 HMG in "First Blood," termination of Lieutenant Tay using an explosive bow in "Rambo: First Blood Part 2" and taking down a HIND (a dual-role chopper) by ramming a tank in "Rambo 3.
Rambo Rajkumar , which has Sonakshi Sinha opposite Shahid for the first time will see him in an out- and- out action role.
Such an immediate apprehension of the film is understandable--as a high concept action spectacular designed to promote a high box office return, Rambo, in both its marketing campaign and its construction of filmic narrative, appeals to simplicity, blatancy, and legibility.
When the missionaries are kidnapped, a pastor affiliated with the group enlists Rambo to lead a team of heavily-armed mercenaries to locate them.
Rambo lies down and stretches out, totally safe and comfortable with his surroundings, which is more than can be said about the rest of the people in the room whose eyes are locked on the fully grown cheetah relaxing between them.
A group of do-gooders want to take aid to rebels in Burma and eventually coerce Rambo into taking them into the war zone.
RAMBO (Cert 18, 87mins) MISSIONARIES approach former Green Beret John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) to take them and some fellow do-gooders up river to Burma, where they hope to nurse the sick back to health.
Rambo (Cert 18, 87mins, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Action/Drama, also available to buy DVD pounds 19.
This month's challenger is none other than Rambo, Hollywood's ultimate warrior.
After 2006's Rocky Balboa proved that audiences could cotton to a self-referential return to former glory, a post-Planet Hollywood Stallone decided pissed-off Vietnam Vet John Rambo was due for a comeback.