(1) 8.22pm BST 20 min: Here's Santiago's Peter Kozak with the reaction from the Chilean capital: "Santiago, and I imagine the country, has just gone apeshit."
(n.) Alt. of Berserker
(1) It said that a man had gone berserk in a DSS office.
(2) Once I’d accidentally picked up a bottle of squash that was not sugar free and she went absolutely berserk.” There was no history of neglect or child abuse.
(3) Cumberbatch wasn't aware of the second event that night, because by then his name was trending on Twitter and his phone was going berserk.
(4) If Jesse's dead, Walt goes berserk and doesn't cook and Gus has nothing.
(5) The result of this berserk desire for Hestonianism is that more than one contestant has already been chastised for cooking the sort of nice, normal food that people might actually want to eat.
(6) So, in accordance with the oldest law in economics, prices go berserk.
(7) If you Google “Lindy West” and “Roosh”, the first eight results are from Roosh’s various websites: “Lindy West Brags About Getting an Abortion”, “Lindy West Leaving Jezebel, Still a Whale”, “Fat Feminist Lindy West Goes Berserk Because She No Longer Fits in Airplane Seats”, “The 9 Ugliest Feminists in America” (I’m #1!
(8) I went berserk when it was introduced and [my view] has not changed since,” Goldsmith said recently.
(9) He drowns his demons with alcohol and his drunkenness makes him an unreliable partner in the bootlegging business, but he'll defend his brothers with a berserker's passion when danger draws near.
(10) But that can appear false if the public perception is that it’s all just a reaction to that feedback.” The implication is that, if he really wants us to believe that he’s passionate, David Cameron needs to maintain his current berserk enthusiasm for everything until the day he dies.
(11) The deficit, in fact, is going down at a rate essentially identical to the rate it was projected to before Osborne's berserk 2010 slash and burn.
(12) No: the problem – absolutely nil cause for rejoicing – is that the process of purported regulatory reform, culminating in what sounds like a berserk pizza party in Ed Miliband's office in the earliest hours of Monday, has been transparently idiotic, even down to four Hacked Off reps sitting eyeing the pepperoni and cheese.
(13) Carroll, meanwhile, continued to serve as a berserker in the box, spreading chaos every time the ball was crossed towards him.
(14) They won best rap album for The Heist and beat Kendrick Lamar, James Blake, Kacey Musgraves and Ed Sheeran in the best new artist category and best rap performance for Thrift Shop over Drake's Started From the Bottom, Eminem's Berserk, Jay Z's Tom Ford and Kendrick Lamar's Swimmingpools.
(15) Browne, who described what Zevon did as song-noir, commented: "He had a very stern moral disposition as well as a willingness to take on this berserk persona.
(16) The key point is that a charity record lineup should resemble a variety show gone berserk, not an issue of Mojo.
(17) Opponents said it was Tea Party radicalism gone berserk.
(18) Xi visit shows China is dominant partner in a purely commercial coupling Read more “It has just gone berserk.
(19) Facebook Twitter Pinterest Goldsmith said he ‘went berserk’ when the idea of a third runway at Heathrow was first put forward.
(20) Zac Goldsmith MP still threatens to resign if there is a U-turn; Boris Johnson is going berserk .