mental condition

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I learned, moreover, at intervals, and through broken and equivocal hints, another singular feature of his mental condition.
Miss Haldin told me he was reluctant; moreover, the mental condition of Mrs.
Had his barkeepers been asked, they would have described his mental condition as a grouch.
During all the inter- vening time my mental condition had been a hurrying suc- cession of vague emotional states or a sort of stupid recep- tivity.
Captain Wragge expressed the profound astonishment, and asked the innocent questions appropriate to the mental condition of a person taken completely by surprise.
All this heated tirade, this outflow of passionate words and ecstatic ideas which seemed to hustle and tumble over each other as they fell from his lips, bore evidence of some unusually disturbed mental condition in the young fellow who had "boiled over" in such a remarkable manner, without any apparent reason.
I WAS sad to read about the poor mental condition (Birmingham Mail, February 14) of former Aston Villa player Mike Tindall.
Earlier, there were reports the suspect had a mental condition, but the prosecution said he sought medical attention for alcohol detoxification.
According to locals, the mental condition of Samina was not good
He also said he had asked the court to refer the suspect to a medical panel to evaluate his mental condition, but his plea was turned down.
Prosecution lawyer Paul Burns said it would be up to the jury to decide whether they agree Mr Afshar, from Bray, was "unable to refrain from committing the act, the killing in question" because of his mental condition.
In reaction, Rana Sanaullah said Chaudhry Sher Ali was going through some mental condition.
The judgment was passed by Supreme Court Chief Justice Helen Murrell and was taken in light of the man's mental condition.
1) Section (b)(2)(B) of Rule 14 permits the Commonwealth to conduct a "physical, psychiatric, and psychological test" on a defendant whose expert witness will testify to his or her mental condition.
Sulzer doesn't know whether inadequate training or other factors explain why only a couple of clinicians regarded borderline personality disorder patients as having a treatable mental condition.