maniacal


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wildly disordered

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First you have to actually find a gap between nose-to-tail 4x4 people carriers - carrying one mum and one small child, of course - and then put up with the maniacal stares of rush-hour tortured drivers trying to get to work.
Family values get their comeuppance when maniacal killer dolls Chucky (Brad Dourif) and Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly) band together to raise their child (Billy Boyd).
Rousing tales of danger and wild pig encounters are anything but boaring and come from a maniacal hunter, fisherman, and author alike.
If Koresh had been the maniacal terrorist subsequently portrayed in federal propaganda, Rodriguez would have been a valuable hostage.
There is a memorable scene in the movie Becket where a slightly maniacal Peter O'Toole as Henry II confides to Richard Burton as Becket his scheme to make him Archbishop of Canterbury and primate of England.
5 This is the time for maniacal physical effort and cold, calculating mental concentration - when all 11 defensive players must give their all to make the big play, put all the pressure on the offense.
But everything else is there: the tough pilot-pals, the passed-over lieutenant commanders, the nearly maniacal squadron CO and milk-toast air wing commander.
I focus maniacal attention on the product because I have learned over the years that a 'hit' makes up for a lot of mistakes.
Watto, the Toydarian junk dealer, has his hands full of maniacal, mechanical Pit Droids.
So, if society decides that killing another human is wrong, then it is wrong to shoot a maniacal killer even if doing so might save the lives of other.
Getting clothing designers and the public to accept what was at first a clumsy and, in its application in trouser flies, perhaps even hazardous innovation, was basically the triumph of a dogged, not to say maniacal, sales campaign.
The fiftieth-anniversary observances of the defeat of the maniacal Nazi machine in Germany are nearly over.
Those maniacal twins of hers go out of control at the mall and Vivian decides her unruly, hyperactive sons deserve a good swat on the behind.
The carnivore's maniacal laugh and brooding posture do nothing to improve its image.
We are employing a maniacal focus on serving SAP customers, specifically in the pharmaceutical, high tech and process verticals, and initial feedback has been very positive--we expect to be able to show early traction in these areas over the next few months, and anticipate rapid growth over the next twelve to eighteen months.