schizo

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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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Three surprising figures emerged: Sigfrido Martin Begue is a young artist whose presence was not sufficiently explained by the curators, but probably represents an attempt to demonstrate the continuing influence of the Schizos.
Obnoxious but technically tight, the Schizos don't lack variety they will just have to decide on a sound if they hope to attract a larger following.
Clooney has been encouraged to play Bruce Wayne as a well-meaning, everyguy father figure, and while that's theoretically a nice change from the haunted schizos of the past, it's also as bland as can be.
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.