Rambo movie marathon—11 am-12 am, AMCBecause nothing says the holidays like Sly Stallone and blood.
The war between Emanuel, the maniacally disciplined “Rambo” of White House notoriety, and the union leadership is undisguised.
In the eyes of the NRA, Rambo is as grave a threat to gun rights as The Fonz—or the director of Bowling for Columbine.
Once again, the day before she left the Rambo farmhouse to return to the city, she came upon him, alone.
Of less marketable varieties, Rawle's Janet and Rambo seem to keep best.
A most acceptable substitute for Rambo, as an amateur's fruit.
The Rambo is one of the most popular autumn or early winter fruits.
When they reached the Rambo farm-house, it was necessary that he should give his hand to help her down from the clumsy carriage.
This apple is extensively planted on the Hudson, and bears a very close resemblance to the Rambo, which is not so highly colored.
Fruit small, color of Rambo perhaps a trifle more red, oblong; Flesh remarkably tender, juicy and pleasant; First rate.
used allusively from 1985, in reference to John Rambo, hero of David Morrell's novel "First Blood" (1972), popularized as portrayed by Sylvester Stallone in Hollywood movie version (1982), a U.S. Vietnam veteran, "macho and self-sufficient, and bent on violent retribution" [OED]. The family name is an old one in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, originally Swedish, sometimes said to represent Swedish place name Ramberget, or to be from French Huguenots who took refuge in Sweden.
Violent; loutishly aggressive: Each day Bush ratchets up the Rambo rhetoric and closes more alleys of diplomatic escape for Saddam Hussein
[1985+; fr the main character of the movie Rambo]