The fun-filled day, at Bede's World in Jarrow, South Tyneside, quickly sold out after the success of the Mad
Hatter's Tea Party last year.
: with a great amount of energy or speed <The crowd cheered like mad
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After the expected opening salvo of jokes and jibes aimed at me, the JBS, and my topic by both Mad
Marx and the pickle guys, Mad
Marx said: "Let's roll some of your video here and see what you've got.
It truly is a mad
Wayne Hughes of Malibu with two Kentucky Derby candidates: Don't Get Mad
and Illinois Derby winner Greeley's Galaxy.
Scientists coined the cows' malady bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad
One of the first USDA task forces on Mad
Cow disease in 1990 consisted, among others, of "key representatives from the agribusiness industry," Rampton and Stauber wrote.
MGM will utilize its expertise to create a comprehensive Mad
Some scientists argue that cattle can get mad
cow disease spontaneously, says Lisa Ferguson, a veterinarian for U.
Dog is the guy that devolves into an aggressive, territorial canine as soon as he hits the park His breathing becomes panting.
with the ideology that says this is a service to mankind.
This month's Nutrition Hotline discusses vegetarian concerns about mad
cow disease and non-dairy sources of calcium
cow also conjures up the mysterious nature of the frightening new disease.
USDA officials are also worried that mad
cow disease may reach the U.