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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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Time to Change director Sue Baker said: "The Schizo movie was designed to attract members of the public who don't realise they are causing stigma and discrimination.
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.
Naturally, Schizo lies to the pretty Zinka about Ali's fate and soon starts hanging round her shack, gradually taking the place of the dead man he physically resembles in a plotline reminiscent of films like Pat O'Connor's "Cal" or even Neff Jordan's "The Crying Game," but without the cross-dressing
This was the perfect example of the current schizo C5.
He added: ``He said to me something like `I bet you have never met a schizo before', which was really quite frightening.
Devastated grandmother Sandra Hope's tabby called Schizo was shot in the head 11 days ago.
Other memorable moments include performances by her band Angelblood, her stained-glass windows at the bar Max Fish and the New Museum, an early CD-ROM animation about a lonely girl in a bathroom, and the schizo makeup she once styled for a fashion shoot using only a red ballpoint pen.
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.
A pal of Justin's in LA said: "When it comes to his brother, it's almost as if Matt has gone schizo.
This has the desired effect; the feds coerce Sobel into examining his former patient and, when the good doctor is fooled into declaring Vitti schizo, taking outpatient custody of the mob boss in his suburban New Jersey home.
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.
Among the stops on the two-hour, $25 bus tour: jazz radio station KRML, where Eastwood's DJ spins vinyl into the wee hours; Monterey's Sardine Factory Restaurant, where Eastwood mentor Don Siegel tends bar and Eastwood's character meets Jessica Walter's schizo stalker; She wharf restaurant where Walter throws moviedom's scariest hissy fit; a spectacular cliffside dwelling on Spindrift Drive, home of Eastwood's girlfriend, played by Donna Mills, and the location where Eastwood punches the knife-wielding Walter through a window to her death on the rocks below.
Schizo Stereo Technology was developed especially for this campaign.
What is it that causes a nation known for its higher-order thinking to go absolutely schizo every time the subject of marijuana - herb, ganja, pot, call it what you will - comes up?