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Synonyms for ranter

someone who rants and raves

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Barry Baum, speaking on behalf of Forest City Ranter, dismissed her charge, noting that the company made a concerted effort to introduce itself to the community, consider its input and make sure the Atlantic Yards project created benefits for area residents.
The digressive gesture of condemnation flashes up in Dryden's work and powerfully illuminates a wider rhetorical landscape of castigation that should inform our reading of both The Widdow Ranter and much of the colonial literature of the Restoration and early eighteenth century.
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.
Raymond's comments are helpful if occasionally a little whimsical; for instance, when he expresses a sympathy with Ranter activity: 'swearing, smoking, drinking and inspired ranting seems to me an attractive form of worship'.
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 Scottish international may not be a ranter or a raver, but he is a consummate professional schooled at Manchester United to always strive for the best.
The year "has been an exceptional year because of these two high-profile accidents, which really mark the safety profile of this year," Ranter said.
BY PAUL O'HEHIR 'ACTION MAN' Seamus Coleman has been told it's okay not to be a ranter and raver when wearing the captain's armband.
FORMER neighbours of Islamist ranter Abu Qatada are threatening to stop paying council tax if he moves back into their street.
Top support on both nights comes from gravel voiced ranter Dave Hadingham and Matt Reed is MC for both nights.
Referring to Sheen as a "drug-addled, porn star-squiring, near-Joycean Internet ranter," Baldwin asked Sheen to reconcile with the execs he offended in order to rescue his flailing career.
This is a very impressionistic history but also one that brings the city, whether it be that of the Iron Age Votadini, the ranter Knox or the novelist Muriel Spark to life.