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EVE MUIRHEAD has criticised the lunacy preventing her Olympic stars defending their world crown next month.
Synopsis: "Sets, Lights, and Lunacy, A Stage Designer's Adventures on Broadway and in Opera", chronicles the bright sunset of 'The Great White Way.
A Trade in Lunacy THE SHOP FRONT THEATRE TALKING Birds has collaborated with the University of Warwick's Centre for the History of Medicine to produce a theatrical examination of 18th century private asylums.
There was a moment when I thought a deal might happen, but it was total lunacy to turn up at QPR because the deal was not agreed.
The book also looks at the work of the Commissioners in Lunacy (1845-1913), the exposes these cases produced, and the greater risk faced by those with money or property.
Their clothing boutique Lunacy has been named among Vogue's top 100 shops outside of London - the only Welsh store to make the prestigious list.
In the nineteenth century the trinity of property, lunacy and divorce laws operated inter-connectedly and conspired with male-defined notions of insanity to provide an alternative for husbands who could not divorce their wives: a "madhouse divorce".
Nevertheless the innkeeper squeezed us in despite our apparent lunacy.
Would you not agree that the public might think that to pay off-shore wind farms a huge extra subsidy to make it worthwhile generating and then to pay them again, if it is too windy, to pay them not to generate, is a lunacy which borders on the Common Agricultural Policy?
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This is one woman's journey from love to lunacy and back again.
Garston Rest assured, as a result of this lunacy, the poor beast is now terrified of human contact and sadly will no longer be available for school visits, through which, much joy was brought to the children of Crosby.
The boy may or may not have touched him - nobody can be certain about that - but to book him for that was utter lunacy.
Page 12 FAMILY NOTICES ARE ON PAGE 14 BUSINESS SECTORS 21-27 PERSONAL FINANCE 21-23 DNA 25 SHARES 26-27 DIRECTORY 28 Lotto lunacy A financial expert has attacked Britain's "Lotto lunacy" which is seeing cash-strapped individuals pinning their hopes on winning the Lottery.
After two years of living in Bahrain I am starting to coin a phrase every time I see this lunacy on the roads, "This is Bahrain" or TIB for short.