psychiatric hospital

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psychiatric hospital

a health care facility providing inpatient and outpatient therapeutic services to clients with behavioral or emotional illnesses.
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Lena couldn't imagine what "papa mama nuthouse eighteen" meant (the young man had muttered those words rapidly and quietly), but she forgot about that right away--she suddenly wanted so badly to take a sip of twenty-thousand-Euros-a-bottle wine that her mouth watered.
Rambo then joined in and the pair did a wicked impersonation of Rain Man [Vern] and a psychologist in the nuthouse.
If someone had told me at the start of the season that England would be choosing from Andy Carroll and Jay Bothroyd to lead our attack, I'd have directed them to the local nuthouse.
McIntyre, an obstinate and frugal old widow, whose husbands are all either dead, locked up in the nuthouse, or drunk in some Florida motel room (309).
Given the taunting and teasing on the playground that a child will likely endure because it is known that his or her parent is a "jailbird" or "in the nuthouse," a child may also tie about a parent's absence.
A spokesman from Nuthouse Estate Agents which operates from the premises said: "We would like to say a big thank you to the people in Clayton Road who did support us.
Frayne, who once owned the Nuthouse hairdressers in Queen's Arcade, Cardiff, and two other salons across South Wales, told the court: "I told him I had never been involved in drugs before but then I foolishly accepted his offer.
It's really quite an experience to lie on a bed in a nuthouse, staring at the ceiling, and reflecting on a half-century of life.
Making your way through a mazelike nuthouse in your pursuit of the Joker, you'll encounter most of the villains in Batman's rogues gallery.
The Nuthouse Grill was approved to sell spirits/beer/wine in a restaurant lounge at 8874 Bender Plaza, Suite 109, Lynden, WA 98264.
Since mating Kriegenburg with Nagano was one of the first executive acts for which Jincoming Intendant Nicholas Bachler could take credit, the production somewhat allayed fears that this Austrian will turn the Staatsoper into even more of a production nuthouse than it was during the reign of the Englishman, Sir Peter Jonas.
We're at a time now where many promoters are ending up not in the poorhouse but the nuthouse, because audiences are waiting and not knowing what they might need financially.