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It was animated by Madhouse and lasted for 12 episodes, plus 6 special episodes included in the Blu-ray and DVD releases.
Founded in Shanghai in January 2006, Madhouse successfully entered the Indian market in 2012.
As time went by, however, the internal forces of Egypt's madhouse proved to be tenacious, and so yesteryear's rosy narrative perished.
That is the spark and life of Diary of a Dieting Madhouse, which neatly juxtaposes emails, story lines and memos to sprinkle delight and change throughout its evolving plot.
Despite the fact that she's been photographed drinking in the back of a car with Benji Madden on Halloween, danced until she was blurry at Katy Perry's EMA after-party, and has basically taken up residence at Beacher's Madhouse, Miley INSISTS that she actually doesn't party at all.
The two were seen partying at the Los Angeles nightclub Beacher's Madhouse at the Roosevelt Hotel before leaving together around 2 a.
The New Yorkers' set was short, fast and brutal, taking in classics such as Madhouse, Caught In A Mosh, and the full-on Indians, while reminding everyone why they're one of the Big Four of thrash metal.
Rovio, developer of latest title Angry Birds Star Wars declared a 'strategic mobile marketing partnership' in China with the country's biggest ad network Madhouse.
Humphries was said to be "mortified" after Osbourne had him removed from hotspot Beacher's madhouse Madhouse out of loyalty to her close pal and his former flame Kim Kardashian.
If Beethoven was ripe for the madhouse, the other composer featured in this concert, Robert Schumann, in fact ended his life in a mental institution.
As the programme notes for this excellent concert pointed out, it was Weber who, upon listening to Beethoven's Seventh Symphony, remarked that the composer was "ripe for the madhouse.
This is the economics of the madhouse and contributes to the extra pounds 400 a year 'green levy' which researchers at the Policy Exchange claim will be added to all our energy bills by the end of the decade.
Before the Madhouse Act (1774), (2) no laws governed the process of committing a wife to a madhouse.
Slashing the payments by 51% is the economics of the madhouse.
The ear he sliced with a razor in frustration, his time spent in a madhouse, and his shattering disappointment with fellow painter and friend Paul Gauguin are related without sugar coating.