In this way, the passage between amok
and amuck came down to English; outwardly it appeared seamless and sociable.
Both Stentorian and Arkaim bring solid handicap form to the table, but they are a combined 2-44 under all codes and have considerably more miles on the clock than Amok
, who looks fairly treated on a mark of 104.
In an example of prolife politics gone amok
the CROP Walk in Woodstock Illinois lost nearly $5,000 in donations, thanks to the local bishop's directive that church leaders not get involved, according to the National Catholic Reporter.
Some cell phone critics, like our resident Luddite, Joe Queenan, believe we may already be running amok
with our wireless addictions.
And with the introduction of reconciliation, sequestration, and impoundment, the budget process begins to resemble, more than anything else, a bad fairy tale of big government run amok
CAMP PACIANO RIZAL -- A village captain in Lumban, Laguna province, turned himself in to authorities hours after he shot dead an amok
in what he claimed was an act of self-defense.
If normal cells' growth runs amok
, the EGF receptor follows its cell-division signals with a self-destruct message, says study coauthor Daniel A.
But whatever its glamour, there was something truly amok
there, though probably no more amok
Conservative critics maintain that the courts' willingness to grant legal standing to gay couples is judicial activism run amok
However, Minter says, the legal trend shows that courts are finally looking at gay and lesbian couples the same way they do other groups before the bench.
A DRUNKEN British woman faces a pounds 4,000 bill after running amok
on a plane, behaving aggressively to passengers and biting a steward trying to restrain her.