“Rampage” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Steve Priest: the outrageous Sweet bassist who presaged heavy metal →
Between 1972 and 1975, they made what’s arguably glam’s greatest run of singles – Block Buster, Hell Raiser, The Ballroom Blitz, Teenage Rampage and Fox on the Run among them, records as viscerally thrilling and potent as the British charts have ever played host to – but they weren’t art-school aesthetes or sexually ambiguous students of mime.
· COVID-19: Gilead's Remdesivir Might Be As Good As It Gets →
Clinicians trace a ferocious rampage through the body, from brain to toes”).
The Wall Street Journal
· Nova Scotia Gunman Posed Threat to Police, a 2011 Bulletin Warned →
OTTAWA—Canadian authorities warned nine years ago that Gabriel Wortman—the gunman police say was responsible for 22 deaths during a violent weekend rampage in April—owned firearms, disliked the police and harbored thoughts of killing law-enforcement officers.
The New York Times
· The Police Will Be Part of the Solution, Too →
My Lai was, and still is, a low point in American military history: On March 16, 1968, a group of American soldiers seeking revenge for losses they had recently sustained in battle went on a rampage, killing more than 500 Vietnamese civilians — men, women and children — dumping many of their bodies into a ditch.
The New York Times
· Security Guard With Knife Wounds 39 at Chinese Elementary School →
A knife-wielding security guard went on a rampage at an elementary school in southeastern China on Thursday, leaving at least 39 people injured, officials said.
· How a small Spanish town became one of Europe's worst Covid-19 hotspots →
Italy, after all, is where Covid-19 began its rampage across Europe, and the group returned via northern Italy on 22 February, just as the first cases were being reported there.
· A year later: Sudanese women raped in crackdown seek justice →
In a rampage that day, members of the notorious paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and other troops tore apart a sit-in camp in the capital, Khartoum, where protesters had been demanding for weeks that the military give up power.