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madman

A regional slang term for phencyclidine (PCP), which refers to the frenetic response typically associated with its use.
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0x20After all, if a madman is dangerous now, doing anything that makes them more powerful just makes them more dangerous later.
It is only in his madness that the madman gains greatness.
120) The madman, in the words of Nietzsche, was greeted by the crowd with a laugh, as has happened in history with all idealists.
The semi-structured interview data with Madman Entertainment were collected during one four-hour session at the company's Melbourne offices in July 2007.
The international media has felt comfortable in the past labeling Moammar Gadhafi as "crazy," using terms such as madman and megalomaniac; today we are hearing a more serious line of discussion about the colonel: the butcher of Libya comes to mind, as terms like war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide increasingly dominate the coverage.
Recent pickups: "Biutiful," Madman Films; "Brighton Rock," Madman Films; "The Iron Lady," Icon Films; "Beginners," Hopscotch; "Incendies," Hopscotch
The Making of Elton John: Madman Across the Water BBC2, tonight, 9.
The two dog anecdotes in the prologue to Part II connect the character of a madman with Alonso Fernandez de Avellaneda, the author who wrote a 1614 unauthorized and spurious continuation of Don Quijote.
If you're backing a horse that hasn't won a competition in 40 years and suggest he will win the Grand National, you'll be called a madman," Pearce said.
His latest work is filled with familiar themes like the bride possessed by an evil dybbuk and the madman who demands that the Messiah come without delay.
Hopefully that will get me off the hook and I can now go for a pint in Paisley without feeling some madman will use my guts for dog meat
Saddam's defense team is calling it vindication for the former living madman.