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Fragmented non-goal directed speech, most often caused by acute organic brain disease

rambling

Neurology Fragmented non-goal directed speech most often caused by acute organic brain disease. See Organic brain disease, Word salad.
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The Tiger Mountain Ramble has grown into something of a tradition for the local and international music scene in Taiwan, and hopefully it will stay that way for many years to come.
MEO has recently identified the Ramble On prospect, incorporating proven reservoir, seal and source intervals in a new structural play for the basin.
Now his sons Joe, 25, Simon, 24, and seven of their friends will take part in this year's seven-mile ramble in memory of their father.
The annual ramble returns June 16 to celebrate Joyce's epic novel "Ulysses" with readings of various episodes to be held at locations similar to those of the book.
But Richie warns this ramble is not for the faint-hearted.
IN 2006, stake winners Goldmine Ramble (Munster Derby, Kennedy Cup) and Kilkenny Baby (Cork Oaks) ended a 30-year drought on the big-race scene for veteran Limerick trainer James Doyle.
TWO National Park wardens are to lead a ramble for people with mobility problems on Snowdon later this month.
There is a long ramble which can be from eight to nine miles and a shorter ramble which is a maximum of five miles and these run on alternate Fridays.
A five-mile ramble along the Limestone Way takes place on January 6 from 10am to 2pm.