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That approach is pointless when dealing with an unpredictable madman, however, because one cannot be confident they won't do something bizarre or provocative tomorrow.
It is still recounted how on the same day the madman forced his way into several churches and there started singing his requiem aeternam deo.
Madman Entertainment Pty Ltd's core business is the distribution of Japanese anime--and it is that portion of the company's business that most prominently continues to inform their growth.
Declaring his solemn "right" to fight to the last Libyan, Gadhafi recalls another madman, who perished in his bunker in 1945.
The madman blows up the dog and turns to his onlookers, stating: "?
United Nations "peacekeepers" occupy Haiti, and that disaster-ridden island may soon see the return of ousted Marxist madman Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
Carbondale is just the latest in a long series of Grindline masterpieces, and the Carbondale Run itself--highlighting pyrotechnics, madman mudslides, and a beercan suitable for Paul Bunyan happened to fall in the middle of the trip, also a short drive from the newly finished addition to the Montrose park and a rock's toss to Aspen.
Doctor Octopus, played by Alfred Molina, is the frightening metal-tentacled madman who does his best to wreak havoc on the world in Spider-Man 2.
He said in his acceptance speech that his choice in Iraq was "to take the word of a madman or .
North Korea has rediscovered the madman theory with a vengeance.
In this sense, Castello chief curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev is not incorrect in her catalogue essay in pointing to the Dostoyevskian figure of the idiot and the Foucauldian one of the madman, two faces, according to her, of "that aspect of Modernism that resists intellectual analysis, that explores skepticism and locates itself in the realm of the fool, the idiot, the brute, the radical other.
Among them were the madman Renfield, danced with moppetlike contortions by Eric Harris, and Lucy, a young woman both attracted to and repulsed by the bloodthirsty kisser, in a crisp, tragic portrayal by Rennie.
Iraq is a wealthy, sophisticated country crushed under the boot of a madman.
The assigned works were Gogol's Diary of a Madman and Other Stories (as translated from Russian by Ronald Wilks), Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness, Shakespeare's Hamlet, Marechera's Mind Blast, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Albatross Book of Verse.
You like the cinematic impressions of Madman Across the Water?