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nutcase

n. a crazy person. She’s a nutcase! Always doing silly things.
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100%, JayBird, Nutcase Helmets and Optic Nerve join other bicycle companies, including Niner Bikes, Terry Bicycles, SIDI America and Nuun, to run their businesses more efficiently in the cloud.
Based on increasing differences in business practices, Nutcase owners Michael Morrow and Miriam Berman felt it necessary to terminate the relationship and work directly with individual country distributors.
Meanwhile, a furious Webber said: "It was the first-lap nutcase again, Grosjean.
No, our leader is on the phone to Simon Cowell and Piers Morgan inquiring about the health of Britain's Got Talent fruit and nutcase Susan Boyle.
Nutcase is out there and premieres on Saturday at 8.
There's a headscratcher of an article on weirdo-attracting libertarian nutcase Ron Paul that fluffs his followers just a little too much (although he has no chance, I'm still hoping his supporters pull a reverse Ralph Nader and throw away their votes on him).
The skill involved in this exercise reflects the work of either a person of sheer brilliance or a complete nutcase.
I figured she would just assume that I was some nutcase,'' he said.
I am sure there are those who will call Howard Zinn naive, foolish, or even a nutcase for advocating against all war.
The Nutmeg State senator is a nutcase when it comes to pop culture, which he finds too violent and sexy for children of all ages; with Bill Bennett, he used to hand out Silver Sewer Awards to the media's "top cultural polluters.
The restrained precision of the third-person narration blends the appalling with the wonderful, as the habitual privacy of a lifelong commuter is punctured, in turn, by an accosting pornographer, a Jehova's witness, and a nutcase in the Tate Gallery, to mention some of the eccentrics who buttonhole Lanchester's flaneur.
My friend then forwarded the list to his company's president, slapping a cover note saying, in the typical shorthand of e-mail: "List from nutcase juror".
Ungracious in defeat, nutcase Naomi rounded on her triumphant rival mentor Caroline Winberg and snarled: "You've got war, honey
Not your average driving sim, each of the 35 cars on offer has a jump button and can spin around 180-degrees on the imaginative tracks dotted around the globe, allowing you to better line up the aim of your power-ups as well as earning much-needed turbo powers by driving like a nutcase.
CHRISTMAS nutcase Eric Marshall confessed today that in the last ten years his impressive light show had "just snowballed".