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the rage

n. the current fad; an irresistible fad. (Often with all the. Old but recurrent.) One rage after another. Can’t I find something that will stay the same for a while?
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In this immunohistochemical study we aimed to investigate the role of the RAGE pathway in different neuropathies.
Says Srini Bharadwaj, SVP of the RAGE Semantic Intelligence platform and products "Analytics without high quality and real time data, analytics without integration into process execution and analytics that is not tractable and context specific, cannot enable large organizations to rapidly adapt, as such analysis will always be out of context, incomplete or outdated.
To assist Caden in his recovery, Morrison said the Rage and KEL held a Caden Epps Charity Fundraiser Game against the East Georgia Rebels of Newington, Georgia, in December, and the Rage plans to dedicate its 2011 season to Caden.
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Most of the rage in Jon Shear's nervy feature directing debut seems to be emanating from a switchblade on two legs named Charlie, Played with an excellent coiled-up alertness that we have never seen from Dan Futterman (the bratty son of The Birdcage), Charlie is on the rag about something heavy and seems hell-bent on spreading it around.
Elan's experience with drug delivery systems combined with the RAGE technology's unique protein production capabilities provide a great platform for a more effective and convenient treatment alternative for this severe medical condition.
The Rage XL has an integrated transmission minimized differential signaling (TDMS) transmitter, which allows a direct digital connection between a PC with the Rage chip installed, without the need for digital to analog conversion and vice versa.
I think rather of the rage of bold saints, of those who channel their righteous anger into beneficial action.
Hooks talks to Black and White people who "believe that racism no longer exists," to White people about the rage of Black people, and to all people about negative stereotypes, misogyny, and female subjugation.
The flailing of frustrated characters, the dances in the barrooms, and the rage unleashed onto weaker characters in A Rage in Harlem constitute, for Himes, performative acts which mimic the freedom, the speed, and the power of the train.
Discussing air rage incidents that have caused us to focus not just on the rage levels that some passengers reach during flight but, more importantly, why these rage levels are happening more often worldwide.
We are thrilled Jon is joining the Rage Outdoors team," said Rich Krause, Rage Outdoors CEO.
The Rage 2-Blade owns an artery slicing two-inch cutting diameter, one of the largest in the industry.
The RAGE Mobility family of products continues to gain market share momentum.
The rage of the movie's title is set off by the fact that Rachel feels she and her best friend have been victims of these boys, even after one of them genuinely falls for her.