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furor

/fu·ror/ (fu´ror) fury; rage.
furor epilep´ticus  an attack of intense anger occurring in epilepsy.

furor

(fūr′ŏr) [L., rage]
Extremely violent outbursts of anger, often without provocation.

furor femininus

An obsolete term for nymphomania.
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Ariosto's epic was centered on its protagonist's mad fury, a furore emanating from his involvement in love's passion.
All of the compositions were performed during a four-hour concert in Frankfurt, and Furore subsequently published 25 Plus Piano Solo, a beautiful hardcopy that includes a short biography of each composer and (in most cases) composer's notes, which often prove very helpful for a deeper understanding of each piece.
Council leader Russell Goodway and fellow senior councillors were at the centre of a public furore early in 2000 after they accepted a report from an independent commission established by the council.
As Berry writes, it might well have been sound policy to `stay out of the nuclei' as we contemplated the furore of biology.
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It has also been claimed that the furore over his first biting row turned him into a "hoodie" because he was receiving so much backlash from fans that he was forced to hide his face in public.
London, May 24 (ANI): Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has gone on the defensive in wake of Ryan Giggs Twitter furore, and will attempt to prevent the episode from overshadowing their Champions League final preparations.
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When the furore broke out about her sacking from Strictly Come Dancing, she maintained a dignified silence.
AFTER all the furore about Nick Griffin appearing on Question Time to air his controversial views, I think it was terrible that the audience and politicians heckled him so much as it didn't show the fairness this programme is usually known for.