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someone who rants and raves

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He put his own verve for invective to work in a March letter to the editor in the weekly Webster-Kirkwood Times (WKT) in which he chastised the WKT editor for being a liberal ranter and the "Son-of-Maureen-Dowd." KMOX's Miller also suggested that the editor's column should be banned as inappropriate for the paper.
"There is a significant number of groups who have very serious concerns about the MTA negotiating exclusively with forest City Ranter and now tins project was always tailored for Forest City Ratner.
According to talk radio ranter Michael Savage, 91-year-old former FBI second-in-command Mark Felt, fleshly revealed as the Watergate whistleblower known as "Deep Throat," should be thrown in prison, along with his daughter Joan.
Its most successful performance comes from Peter Kelly who, as a former Ranter now living rough in the woods, injects some needed guts and character into the piece.
Courteous and long-suffering, he's not a ranter. His arguments on TV seem reasonable and logical.
Recent critical discussion of The Widdow Ranter has been nearly silent on the prologue and epilogue that John Dryden authored for the posthumous production of the play in 1689.
Women as commodities on the marriage market reflects the values permeating Restoration comedy as well, in four plays by Aphra Behn: The Rover, The Feigned Courtesans, The Lucky Chance, and The Widow Ranter. According to Pilar Cuder-Dominguez, the codes of the emerging marketplace disrupted the social order, while respecting the traditional "hegemony of aristocracy and gentry" (106).
Later in the morning I came across a moderately disheveled guy yelling at a person nearby about how we can't have globalization with an 18th-century history education (the ranter was a Gore supporter, obviously).
1) during the English Civil War, through the Interregnum, represented here by Quaker and, especially, by Ranter texts, and into the eighteenth century, where its most elaborate and comprehensive literary expression came with Christopher Smart's Jubilate Agno, a text to which Hawes, rightly, devotes almost half his volume.
Bacon also appears in Aphra Behn's play The Widow Ranter (produced in 1690) and in Ebenezer Cooke's burlesque poem The History of Colonel Nathaniel Bacon's Rebellion (in The Maryland Muse, 1731).
The workshop dealt with X-ray analysis (De Ranter) and structural and conformational (Oleksyn and Pedzinksa, Symersky and Blaha) aspects of certain heterocycles.
This is the kind of domestic chaos that was feared when right-wing ranter Trump took over the White House.