of unsound mind

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not of sound mind, memory, or understanding

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All of which is nonsense but adds to our considerable reputation as a place of unsound mind.
Patna, Sept 2 ( ANI ): Reacting sharply to Maharashtra Nanirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray's anti-north Indian and specifically anti-Bihari rhetoric, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday described Thackeray as being a person of unsound mind, and questioned the Maharashtra Government's inaction in cracking the administrative whip on him.
This can happen if the holder is adjudged to be of unsound mind or is regarded as no longer having a good reason for possessing a firearm.
This can happen if the holder is adjudged to be of unsound mind or to no longer have a good reason for owning a firearm.
When we mentioned Spanish and Portuguese euros we were thought to be really of unsound mind.
When we mentioned Spanish and Portuguese currency we were thought to be really of unsound mind.
When they looked back, however, they observed the hugger down on his hands and knees in a posture that the Item reported "only a person of unsound mind would assume.
In other cases where no plausible excuse can be offered, the godfathers of the accused suddenly claim immunity from prosecution on claims of unsound mind.
The romance did not last though as Rodman filed for divorce just over a week later, claiming he was of unsound mind when he married the Baywatch actress.
The first account is constituted by two medical certificates (appearing in Marshall's Admissions Record) that had been filled out and signed by physicians, each of whom attested that Marshall was of unsound mind, and therefore required confinement in an asylum where he would receive care and treatment.
The evidence presented is relevant and eye-catching on some occasions, such as the labourers' demand for sewing machines to take home, the hundred indigenous Australians and white women who were married to labourers in 1906, or the unnamed labourer who wanted repeatedly to leap overboard and who had a case of unsound mind dismissed in the Maryborough court.
Abdi killed his wife five years ago but was spared prison when he was ruled to be of unsound mind.
However, the court emphasized, in the wake of the statute's passage, a question arose as to whether it left open an implied exception for minors and persons of unsound mind, in accordance with the long-standing disability tolling statute which provides in pertinent part: "If the person entitled to commence an action is, at the time the cause of action accrued, either within the age of eighteen (18) years, or of unsound mind, such person, or such person's representatives.