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Joseph M., 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Folin-Looney test.
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Today's manifesto was co-launched by Cat Mandu, a four-year-old ginger and white moggy and deputy leader, at Loony HQ in Yately, Hampshire.
HANGOVER CURE: Skimpily-dressed Loony Dookers take part in the annual charity plunge into the Firth of Forth near the Forth rail bridge in South Queensferry, Lothian, Scotland
DISNEYLAND should be moved from Paris to Scotland to promote loony behaviour.
Iain - who also raised money for charity with his icy dip - said: "I shook off my Hogmanay hangover and got myself down to Queensferry for my first Loony Dook because I lost a bet, plain and simple.
Melodie Staniforth, of Honley, was deputy leader of the Monster Raving Loony Party until earlier this year.
And last night he pledged that the new Rock 'n' Roll Loony Party would more than give his original masters a run for their money.
Downing Street officials were among those to remember the maverick founder of the Monster Raving Loony Party in 1963.
A member of the Monster Raving Loony Party dressed as a banana had sneaked into the only confetti shot.
Connie's in the loony bin getting SHOCK treatment, and the crazy O'Rourkes, whose home IS a loony bin, get an even bigger shock when they find their new house isn't ready.
This vitality stems from the unusual compositional method: rather than choreographing the piece from start to finish, Taylor solicited chunks of material from six of the company's dancers that he then "amended and combined," as the program puts it, in addition to choosing the loony songs that accompany them--"Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini," "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose its Flavor (On the Bedpost Overnight)," and the like.
He really is the most incorruptible MP and because of this he has been labelled a loony lefty.
Characters including Elvis and Wonderwoman were guided by a piper along the streets of South Queensferry for the annual Loony Dook.