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loony

and looney and loonie
1. n. a crazy person. (From lunatic.) I’m beginning to feel like a loonie the longer I stay around here.
2. mod. crazy. That is a loony idea. Forget it.
3. mod. alcohol intoxicated. She’s acting a little loonie. Let’s get her home before she’s sick.

looney

verb
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We are looking at a gradual transition to a lower-carbon mix over several decades," Looney explained.
Looney examines within the African American literary and artistic production not only the predictable ways one might imagine that Dante would have been received and reproduced (Dante as an author of reform, Dante with a vernacular agenda, Dante with a political agenda, Dante rehabilitated as a Romantic, adapted as a modern, remodeled as a contemporary), but also in unexpected and inventive ways.
Mr Looney was the youngest ever Mayor in county history, and the first from the Tallaght area.
Previously, Looney was the US controller for Serono Inc as well as held senior finance positions with The Gillette Company, including both European-based and US based controllerships.
While Looney does admit at one point that a devout Catholic may disagree with and even criticize one or many popes, he mostly ignores this fact, arguing ad infinitum that for Dante to critique any aspect of the Roman Church makes him at least a Protestant sympathizer or the prototype of one.
Looney dedicates the book's sixth poem, "Into the River You Lost," to Wright.
Looney said that while it is important for HR practitioners to follow the letter of the law, they must also understand case law.
While the interactive Looney Tunes characters will be the preeminent graphic element in all the playscapes, the areas could also involve other sponsors.
Looney Bins, a member of the Construction Materials Recycling Association (CMRA), has received a low interest, $2 million loan from the California Integrated Waste Management Board to help start the facility.
Manufacturers such as Highland Spring, as well as retailers like Asda, Argos and Woolworths, are backing the Spot the Looney print, online and promotional campaign, targeted at children aged six to 12.
The five characters making up the new Cool Looney Tunes [TM] range -- Cheeky Bugs, Cool Sylvester, Speedy Taz, Sleepy Daffy and Charming Tweety are each adorned with different 'street cred' accessories, such as sunglasses and baseball caps to distinguish the 'cool' characters from the regular Looney Tunes[TM] range.
Our primary focus is still Looney Tunes; it's really our crown jewel and accounts for roughly 75 percent of our total business," noted Roxanne Gray, Warner Brothers' director of sales and licensing for housewares, gifts and decorative accessories.
Looney shows how Orlando Innamorato, Orlando Furioso and Gerusalemme Liberata reached back to earlier poems so that the "compromise" in his title means "how certain sources link the classical and medieval traditions and how certain sources also bridge the rhetorical categories of invention, style and disposition" (42-43).
That's why we have developed Looney Tunes especially for children.