Main picture: Truck drivers on Boro Road in 1999 protest over increases in diesel costs and road tax; Top right: In 1986 there was anger over shop and Post Office closures; Centre: Horse riders travel from Thornton to MIDDLESBROUGH in protest over speed restrictions; Bottom right: A Stockton man gives vent to
his feelings about the loss of
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen recently released a book titled: "Idea Man: A Memoir by the Cofounder of Microsoft" in which he gives vent to
his umbrage against Bill Gates in a candid manner.
John Prescott, with his conscience clear and menacing thoughts, gives vent to
these unfaithful subjects and is mindful of calling them objects.
OPEN AND SHUT CASE: Mike Jones gives vent to
his emotions after scoring Bury's second
It's a crack that gives vent to
a subterranean air pocket, and when conditions are right, you can hear the throaty rumble or feel its emitted gust.
Leah returns with good news about VJ's hearing,Shelley gives vent to
her fears,and Jesse smarts as the truth comes out.
No, not the cartoon clan led by dad Homer, who gives vent to
his frustrations with an exasperated "Doh
In Mark Lamarr Leaving The 20th Century, the deadpan king of cool gives vent to
some forthright opinions on particular topics, and then interviews celebrity guests whose personal experiences offer some interesting angles on the subjects in hand.
Further, it appears that this brand of humor gives vent to
some hostile feelings engendered by their non-disabled peers and that it runs the gamut from gentle put-on's to overtly aggressive barbs.
Limp Bizkit gives vent to
the head-banging rage of the white male subculture