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psy·cho

(sī′kō)
n.
A psychopath.
adj.
Crazy; insane.
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Grandpa's Pyscho is currently in pre-production and is set to begin shooting in November 2014.
Mangan bred Pyscho out of Tiverton Castle at his Conna Stud in County Cork, which houses 15 mares.
Edward O'Grady, trainer of Indian Spring and Pesoto "Neither have run since Christmas, and while they should cope with the ground, they would appear to have it all to do against the likes of Pyscho and Dancing Tornado on figures.
Pyscho comes into it on his narrow Pierse Hurdle defeat - he'd have won but for the raising of the weights on the morning of the race - while compatriot Ninetieth Minute has each-way possibilities.
Take a look at the result of the Leopardstown feature and you will see that 50-1 outsider Penny's Bill, trained by Liz Doyle, foiled the gamble on Tony Martin's 11-2 favourite Pyscho by a head.
The affair is shortlived as a romantic meal ends with the Pyscho Scot getting a soaking when Sam realises he has been using her to get back at Little Mo.
Marioara was abducted by a notorious gangland pyscho just three weeks after she had arrived in Ireland with her family, including Dimitri and her mother, also Marioara.
Even if he was as much use as Scooby-Doo when it came to protecting Fiz and Chez against pyscho John Stape, who was cremated last week.
The data records that alongside Emil and the Detectives (Tewksbury 1964) and West Side Story (Robbins, Wise 1961), subsequent weeks saw screenings of Pyscho (Hitchcock 1960), Walkabout (Roeg 1971), and Sons and Lovers (Cardiff 1960).
FRIGHTENINGLY GOOD: Pyscho can scale new heights in Gold Cup at Cheltenham GOOD NIC: Silviniaco Conti can clinch double for Paul Nicholls
The only problem is Lynch is a pyscho who is prone to homicidal outbursts.
THERE were flashes of top-drawer football, and Owen sent Pyscho and Co packing.