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rant

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enthuse

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party

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to speak in a loud, pompous, or prolonged manner

to show enthusiasm

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a dance party that lasts all night and electronically synthesized music is played

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an extravagantly enthusiastic review

participate in an all-night techno dance party

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talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner

praise enthusiastically

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Users can ask questions, share tips and photos of raveworthy experiences or simply Like a Rave and thank their friends for helping them find a great spot.
A general rave must not be seen as a party that has been organised for the consumption of drugs in the first place.
Undercover operations, for instance, now focus heavily on raves, primarily targeting users and casual dealers rather than large-scale distributors.
Critics in the Los Angeles music industry and the American Civil Liberties Union said the law - fast-tracked without public comment - could have a chilling effect on rock concerts and other events, in addition to the rave shows targeted by lawmakers.
The rave on New Year's Eve in San Francisco attracted 10,400 dancers, and was so organized that there were ATMs on hand.
Each geographic area will develop its own approach to Race Raves, involving students of color in planning and leadership.
Jungle, as an enclosed ghetto within rave culture, comes closest to the perfect model of the desiring machine.
The current worries about raves in some ways resemble the fears once symbolized by the opium den.
police officer Ted Dau described the health hazards of using drugs and the prevalence of opportunistic pedophiles at rave parties.
While some raves are illegal, many are fully licensed events in warehouses, clubs, stadiums, or outdoor locations.
Holding club owners and promoters of raves criminally liable for what some people may do at these events is no different from arresting the stadium owners and promoters of a Rolling Stones concert or a rap show because some concert goers maybe smoking or selling marijuana," says Graham Boyd, director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Drug Policy Litigation Project.
Everything we do is to make sure kids reach 18 alive, healthy and without a criminal record,'' he said Wednesday at a news conference in which station personnel also highlighted the dangers of teen rave parties.
Before entering raves, partygoers hide their drugs in their shoes, sleeves, socks, mouth or hair to get past security, police said.
developer of the award-winning Google search engine, today announced it has won a WIRED Readers Raves award for "Most Intelligent Agent.
Meanwhile, the promoters of last weekend's rave, B3/Cande Promotions in Huntington Beach, have not yet determined how they will handle future raves.