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nuthouse

and nut factory and nut-foundry and nuthatch
n. an insane asylum. The teacher spent three years in the nuthouse. When did you get out of the nut factory?
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style is how Sheer Mag continues to make songs, even though no one in the band lives at The Nuthouse anymore.
This nuthouse crackhead, and guess who I was stuck with before her?
I myself have always thought Leonard deserved the Purple Heart for keeping Virginia safe, cared for, and out of the nuthouse for three decades, but I am certainly prepared to listen to nasty gossip: Leonard has always sounded too good to be true, and, as Regina Marler pointed out in Bloomsbury Pie, her amusing study of the evolving public passion for all things Bloomsbury, the "saintly characterization of Leonard" in Quentin Bell's official biography of Virginia "invited reaction.
Come on, Dad, let's go play the nuthouse organ," says my brother, Tom, for all to hear.
In a historical parallel of extraordinary ironies, 15 years earlier, in April 1943, Kerouac had written from the naval hospital at Newport, Rhode Island, to explain the "arch prose" of his letters to a friend: you see, this is a combination bug and nuthouse, and our mail is censored, our outgoing mail.
and have a firefighter escape a wife-beating rap claiming mental illness and then emerge from the nuthouse, get ready to be told that you must rehire him with back pay and an accommodation for his "disability.
When Eddie is caught giving mouth-to-mouth to an ailing rat, they put him in the nuthouse.
Transient hotel," she observes, is the "wrong name for the place, because nobody in here is going anywhere except maybe to jail, the nuthouse, or the cemetery.
With a mother in a nuthouse, I reasoned in my self-induced calm, I would be predisposed to insanity.
It's been a nuthouse, just herds of people," says manager Carol Armstrong -- welcome relief to a rural Nova Scotian community hardhit by a fisheries crisis and the closing of a nearby military base.
Denise Noe has been published in Gauntlet, the Village Writer, Chrysalis Quarterly, Metis, 'scapes, The Gulf War Anthology, Light, Exquisite Corpse, the Stake (in which she has a regular column), Attitude Problem, the Arizona Unconservative, Paper Bag Catalyst, Gray Areas, Nuthouse, the Pink Chameleon, artisan, and other places.
Nuthouse, says that the produce section is a tremendous draw to bulk over packaged, and he encourages his customers to make this very profitable association.
They moved to The Nuthouse, a grungy South Philadelphia home where they recorded their debut self-titled 7-inch of low-fidelity riff-rock in the fall of 2014.
But, even so, only here in this nuthouse of a business would the people at the top actually go out of their way to make winning trophies even easier for Neil Lennon and his players than fate has already decreed.
The first thing I decided to do was have my head examined by a professional, so I booked a session at the Nuthouse.