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amok
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Ulysses
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  • Don’t run amok!
  • And, says Mr Dixon, if ever he got scent of a cattleraider in Roscommon or the wilds of Connemara or a husbandman in Sligo that was sowing as much as a handful of mustard or a bag of rapeseed out he’d run amok over half the countryside rooting up with his horns whatever was planted and all by lord Harry’s orders.

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  • rioters running amuck
  • the procurement process gone amok

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