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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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"Traffic patrol officers stopped the driver after they saw him driving crazily and recklessly on the road," a prosecutor said.
Disciplinary | Mike "And referees can sometimes "And referees can sometimes interpret that rather crazily. interpret that rather crazily.
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SUNDERLAND band Frankie and the Heartstrings set up independent record store Pop Recs Ltd in the heart of their city to inspire and nurture local talent, as well as provide a new performance venue for music which offers free (or at least crazily cheap) performances from touring artists...
I remember seeing a close friend of my parentsthen in his 20s, a generation younger than they were, childless and still cool in my eyesdancing wildly on Simchat Torah, crazily drunk, leaping and lurching in ungainly ways in the circle, passionately celebrating.
The 32-year-old American recording artist revealed that she had worked crazily to get her body back in shape after delivering daughter Blue Ivy and she wanted to show her body.
Magnetic compasses should swirl crazily. Radio and long-distance phone service should suffer some disruption.
Crazily some families still have last year's Christmas puddings in the cupboard but before they reach their 'use by' date convert them into this delicious summer dessert, iced parfait and cranberry sorbet, a recipe from Simon King, chef at Abergavenny's 1861.
Their score further fall when Shelton added to the disturbance crazily searching her handbag to find and silence the phone.
Children will love tracing the fantastic colorful detail in the illustrations of the crazily cobbled vehicles and the funny animal racers.
England goalkeeper Foster allowed a powder-puff shot from substitute Carlton Cole to squirm through his legs after Obinna looked to have cost the Hammers dear by crazily kicking Sebastian Larsson in the groin.