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mania
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And Then There Were None
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as in: the mania of manic depression Define
a mood disorder characterized by excitement, rapidly changing ideas, and overactivity
  • He said in the famous "acid" tone that Counsel knew so well: "Do I understand you to assert that women are not subject to homicidal mania?"
  • Religious mania-thinks she’s God’s instrument, something of that kind!

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  • "Religious mania, that’s the ticketů."
    "It’s crazy-everything’s crazy."
  • Armstrong said: "And the motive?"
    "Religious mania. What do you say, doctor?"

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  • Impulsive acts accompanying mania often lead to problems.

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as in: mania surrounding the big event Define
excessive and widely shared enthusiasm for something
as in: the mania of manic depression Define
a mood disorder characterized by excitement, rapidly changing ideas, and overactivity
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