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schizo

(ˈskɪzo and ˈskɪtso)
1. mod. schizophrenic. That gal is sort of schizo, isn’t she?
2. n. a schizophrenic person. That guy is an absolute schizo!
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In their first briefing session, the students watched the Time to Change campaign's Schizo film - a horror movie style trailer - which was produced to overturn misconceptions that people with schizophrenia are violent.
Myrick utilized his related experiences and skills to create Schizo Pictures, a transmedia production company developing online, television and feature projects, with partner Shawn Papazian.
Sue Baker, the Time to Change director, said: "The Schizo movie was designed to attract members of the public who don't realise they are causing stigma and discrimination.
A pal of Justin's in LA said: "When it comes to his brother, it's almost as if Matt has gone schizo.
He added: ``He said to me something like `I bet you have never met a schizo before', which was really quite frightening.
June 22, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Rhonda Coleman-Albazie, Executive Director of The Hello Schizo Foundation, is initiating and calling for an immediate, formal Congressional Investigation into the highly speculative business practices of American psychiatry and big pharma's trillion dollar profit over people enterprise with a track record of 0% cures, 0% long term case management and 100% ineffective treatments for any of the mental illnesses American psychiatry concocts.
Devastated grandmother Sandra Hope's tabby called Schizo was shot in the head 11 days ago.
The book traces the schizo trajectory of this charmingly generic image of a female pedestrian, which originated as a cardboard stencil and continues to wander throughout his own work and that of friends, in myriad public and private situations, traversing materials as various as vinyl street banners, newsprint, drawing and paint, outdoor graffiti, steel, and staged photographs.
Artists in this year's show include Frederick Tucker, a photographer who is legally blind; Susan Arneson, a painter diagnosed with schizo affective disorder; and Brom Wikstrom, a watercolor artist with quadriplegia.
Research published today to tie in with World Mental Health Day has revealed that nearly 90 per cent of people in the region believe words such as bonkers, schizo, loony and nutter are offensive when referring to mental illness.
He overpowered the burly actor, held a knife to his throat and threatened him: ``I bet you have never met a schizo before.
Their name comes from the Greek schizo, to split, and stylis, meaning style, the stalk inside a flower that links the seed pod to the pollen head or stigma.
I basically needed a balance to hold onto reality a little bit more, so that I wasn't playing schizo games with my mind.
Kay Smith, of Court Leet, Binley Woods, spotted the pony, nicknamed Schizo, in a field of horses in Bubbenhall.