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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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He explained that: 'Our QRS team on October 15 arrested One Dele who is pretending to be a madman at Isikan area of Akure with a phone in his pocket.
The first, and most basic, component of the madman strategy is an ability to introduce a level of uncertainty that is damaging to other countries.
In so doing, Trump may be emulating Nixon and his infamous 'madman theory.'
Mr Morris described his behaviour as "off the scale", adding: "He was like a madman."
Diary of a Madman centres on the life of Poprishchin, a low-ranking civil servant who yearns to be noticed by a beautiful woman, the daughter of a senior official, with whom he has fallen in love.
[United States], Sept 22 ( ANI ): United States President Donald Trump has called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un 'a madman' who doesn't mind starving or killing his people'.
"Trump appears to subscribe to the so-called madman theory of diplomacy.
Oukabir called himself "the madman" on his Facebook profile, writing at one point he "does not care about anything at the moment".
Hardy Boys Adventures: The Madman of Black Bear Mountain is the twelfth book in a new series of adventures for young adults featuring the classic, adventure-loving, mystery-solving Hardy Boys in a modern-day setting.
It dibs and dabs this week, into the world of a madman driven to madness by his inferiority and one-sided love affair, and also into how the chaotic life of one couple can be so easily merged with the calm but predictable life of another.
Detective Al Warner is just back on The Job, fully recovered from a bullet wound that cracked his skull during a deadly chance encounter with another madman. Due to rigorous physical therapy, Warner is in the best shape of his life, but his days are laced with headaches and his sleep fraught with terrifying dreams.
It sometimes seems that his speeches delivered by a suicide, statue, or madman are contrived, that they are rhetorical exercises in the vein of Ovid's "Heroides." They express themselves in an utterly sculpted manner.