RANT


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RANTRandom Access Nanotube Test
RANTRan Target
RANTRider Awareness Northern Territory (Australia)
RANTRoot Activist Network of Trainers
RANTRapid Acute Neuronal Tolerance
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With the addition of Game Rant to Valnet's entertainment stable, the publisher expects to accelerate its competitive influence and take-on industry leaders, such as Polygon, Kotaku, and IGN, among others.
Slated to be in the cinemas from today, 'Rant Queens' is catching in on the advent and spread of the usage of social media to advance different causes.
In college, Rant was our man-about-town, and he drove a Triumph TR4.
He stressed it had nothing to do with Erwin's rant against Secretary Bautista.
The rant, in fact was so nasty--particularly for someone who held such a high-ranking post in a very visible state agency--that the guv and even the commish weighed in to condemn the comments.
Before the game begins, the conductor asks the other participants to point to their brain when they have their rant topic and are ready to rant.
Meanwhile, Opposition Senator Antonio Trillanes IV said he expects the President to 'rant and lie to the Filipino people like he always does.'
The hardman actor left his fellow guests and presenters Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid in shock when he started his foul-mouthed rant.
from the film "Straight Outta Compton" into the Twitter rant.
JOE.co.uk published an article headlined "If every Premier League club was a stand-up comedian, who would they be?" in which they compared the Merseyside club to Michael Richards - with a clip of the former Seinfeld star's infamous racist rant on stage in 2006.
He was only recently freed after breaching his CBO with a foul-mouthed rant about Queen.