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He said: "The children had the whole tea party experience - from the entertaining Mad Hatter to the tea party full of goodies, it was an excellent themed party for all who attended.
To minimise the costs of implementing these measures and to reduce the risk of noncompliance with the MAD, the Guidelines recommend that price-sensitive information pertaining to a transaction is disclosed within the ordinary post-issuance reporting of that transaction, provided that certain minimum levels of regularity of reporting, Quality and standardisation of reports are observed, and that the reports are disclosed through the channels determined by the relevant Member State legislation for disclosure of inside information.
Mad cow disease starts after a cow eats feed contaminated with nervous-system tissue from an infected cow or sheep.
When a cow with the disease turned up in Alberta last May, the likelihood of Mad Cow occurring in the United States became even stronger.
Each year live Mad Science shows are conducted worldwide in schools, camps, homes and theme parks for more than five million children.
ANSWER: Mad cow disease, also called bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), is a disease that affects the central nervous system of cattle and is ultimately fatal.
The government has set up several "firewalls" to keep mad cow disease out.
But he has a bad side that I really hate: He gets jealous and mad whenever he doesn't get his way.
Once a European problem, concerns about mad cow disease have spread to the United States because of two separate events concerning candy and cattle feed earlier this year.
Case in point: On June 1 at Manhattan's Society for Ethical Culture, Eos will present "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad King," centered on England's King George III, the enemy of the American Revolution--who also happened to be insane.
Whereas his earliest accounts of mad princes tend towards general non-technical diagnoses, such as "not right in the head," by the middle of the sixteenth century the turn toward professional medical opinion and therapy is ubiquitous.
What do you suppose the young president of the Mad Dog Construction Company in Tallahassee, Florida, the owner of a string of pizzerias in Portland, Oregon, and a hard-cussing retired state legislator in Denver, Colorado, have in common?
I've heard about mad cow disease, but what is mad deer disease?