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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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Since the elongation occurred locally at elevated temperatures, a craze structure was only seen around the fractured edge.
Tide Pods The current US craze sees youngsters swallowing colourful detergent pods, which contain highly poisonous chemicals that cause vomiting, diarrhoea and, at worst, death if ingested.
Damion Founde, WHSMITH store manager, with the latest toy craze, Fidget Spinners peter reimann
The letter ends: "The message is clear - do not get involved in the craze. Think about the impact of any actions on vulnerable people and the consequences to yourself of what you may be doing."
She agrees with Cllr Jones' comments that the masks should be banned and engaging in the craze should be an "arrestable offence".
I hope someone reported him because I would have thrown him in the canal!" The US craze took off in August after police in South Carolina received reports that people dressed as clowns were trying to lure children.
Since his death in June, Gemma realised he had tried the craze before.
There are now more than 100 versions across the Hungarian capital and the craze has spread across the UK.
Aqua Craze is powered with a 1GHz Quad-Core processor, 1GB RAM chipset for a smooth performance and boasts of seamless Android OS Lollipop 5.1.
I think it'll be a while until the double chin, cellulite or muffin top craze comes into fashion but I'll keep practicing just in case it does.
POUNDLAND blamed the hangover from last year's loom band craze for a share slump yesterday.