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craze

(krāz)
v. crazed, crazing, crazes
v.tr.
To cause to become mentally deranged or obsessed.
v.intr.
To become mentally deranged or obsessed.
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Olympic champion Sammy Wanjiru improved on his second placing of 12 months ago to win the men's title in a course record and personal best of 2hr 5min 10sec after a crazily fast start aimed at breaking Haile Gebrselassie's world record.
Maybe, but Woods is great fun to watch, bringing the same sort of wired, crazily self-righteous energy he infused into his Oscar-nominated turn in ``Salvador'' and so many others of his compulsively watchable movies.
He took the snap, the players started running crazily around, and Doug, calmly (as we recall) circled back a little, buying time and waiting for a receiver to get open, let fly.
Well, he's crazily successful and is touring his Swan Lake in the U.
The book opens with Reena as a guard at the Met (pointedly someone whose job it is to watch and not be watched), a mere fragment of the glassy downtown world "competing crazily for attention, drugs, jobs, beauty.
It purports< to be the record by "Those of Us Who Have Been Allowed to Remember" of the Super Flat Times, "years that did not seem to pass so much as inflate crazily to the bursting point, break, and collapse, withered and damp, only to be replaced by another weepy, indistinguishable abrasion.
The most difficult part of writing a column is to express a strong opinion which is what you're being paid for, after all without becoming crazily unfair.
With the economy spiralling crazily out of control, a month from now wage demands of 20,000% could be commonplace.
Crazily enough, Hindo could be right in the long rim.
I turned gloomily to look at the English equivalent, the National Monuments Record which was crazily relocated in far distant Swindon.
And the Authority itself has lately tried, crazily, to revive the long-since mooted UN Resolution 181 of 1947, which effectively would dismantle the current Israel.
Such investigations may eventually furnish clues as to why fractals appear to abound in nature, from crazily indented coastlines to the intricate branching of air passages in the human lung.