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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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Last week the creators of the main Facebook website dedicated to the craze warned people not to hurt themselves.
A is a constant associated with the material properties of the craze fibrils, and [DELTA][K.
The world-wide craze has seen DJ Baauer's track race to the top of the iTunes download charts, while video views are expected to top the record set by Korean rapper Psy's smash-hit, Gangham Style.
But the No Make Up Selfie craze is itself evolving.
I thought it was a terrible craze that had taken off and had made its way to schools and to young children and I feel we have a responsibility to try and change things for the better, not encourage bad behaviour.
The drinking craze has been attributed to deaths of five people in the UK and Ireland, including the 20-year-old Bradley Eames, from Nottingham, who consumed two pints of neat gin.
Not only is the craze irresponsible, it is extremely dangerous and has, and will, cost many lives.
In light of the morphological interpretations presented earlier, it is not surprising that the bimodal PE 1 (AUS) samples exhibited the highest craze failure resistance.
Like the gin craze, Prof Borsay says today's fear about binge- drinking is underpinned by a public perception that the Government is not doing enough.
Shops say sales across Ireland are hitting the roof in the run up to the summer, but admit they're baffled as to why the craze has taken off.
The downside is that Craze is deadand has returned as aghost.
Wild Craze looks to identify and acquire products and services that have an early sign of success, but may lack the necessary growth capital, professional network, or long term vision needed to ensure success on a large scale.