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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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The paparazzi had trailed me from my house into town (my Dad said if he hadn't slowed down they would have lost us) and I had to hide upstairs in the Nuthouse while the reporter came in asking questions.
The well-crafted Argyle wines of winemaker Rollin Soles, tasted recently in Studio City, include a 2000 brut sparkling wine ($21), a 2003 Willamette Valley chardonnay ($13), Argyle's 2001 Nuthouse chardonnay ($29), the 2004 Willamette Valley pinot noir ($19) and the 2003 reserve pinot noir ($28).
As we sit in the Nuthouse waiting for our orders to arrive, Gustav pauses from grooming his tail and looks at me with a little twinkle in his eye.
While working in the local nuthouse, Catholic barber Colm (screenwriter Barry McEvoy) and his Protestant colleague George (Brian F O'Byrne) discover that a patient nicknamed The Scalper (Billy Connolly in ebullient form) used to be a toupee salesman.
The Belfast puncher is back in the fight game after suffering a nuthouse nightmare.
magazine, the National Enquirer: 'Four years ago, I was locked up in a nuthouse, thinking CIA agents were after me.
After many initial discouraging studies and cost projections, followed by windfall contributions from newspaper publisher Dean Lesher, a $21-million Regional Center for the Arts finally opened last October on the site of the old nuthouse.
Nine months into the season, Scottish football is suddenly stampeding towards the nuthouse and the fever is raging like an epidemic.
Just six points separate Everton in fourth and Manchester City back in eighth position and Redknapp said: "If I had said we were going to finish fifth in the Premier League a couple of years ago, you would all have thought I would end up in the nuthouse, wouldn't you?
Goodvibe releases for early 2000 include records from Bahamadia, Phil The Agony, Mystic, Diarro, Animal Pharm, Nuthouse, and more.
I'd stopped taking drugs but I was completely depressed and even considered signing into a nuthouse," Rowland reveals.
Pals Tommy and Dolly are taken into sheltered accommodation - or "carted off to the nuthouse," in Nan-speak.
An innovative highlight is Woody Woodpecker's Nuthouse Coaster, a theme ride featuring design elements from Woody's cartoon universe.
Chocolates, Chef's Catalog, Hewlett-Packard, Ziff-Davis University, CDs Unlimited, Tropicals Nuthouse, and over 100 more.