Demented sentence example

demented
  • But, while he continues demented, he cannot judge of the visions which he sees or the words which he utters....
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  • demented patients spent less time exposed to bright light.
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  • demented people who would require ' care ' .
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  • First, a demented old dollmaker discovers a way to miniaturize humans with a special machine, then keeps them as his personal playthings.
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  • demented patients ' .
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  • I met the old buzzard running around like a demented hen round Union Station in Toronto.
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  • There were others no less "demented," who, being Roman citizens, would be sent to Rome for trial.
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  • Would we hold an entire society accountable for the decision of a single demented leader?
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  • demented old man.
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  • Since recasts of old parts with new actors is a common soap opera staple, ATWT fans were equal parts worried and excited that the demented Julia Lindsay was returning to town.
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  • You'll be gliding like seaward wizards on a magic carpet ride propelled by Poseidon, fueled by the wind like demented modern-day Vikings from another dimension.
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  • demented as well - I really don't know, but they were all very quiet, if not asleep.
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  • As the affected individual becomes more demented, less mobile and more physically disabled, they require increasing support and basic care.
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  • This morning one of the office PCs didn't even get so far as booting, simply beeping like a demented droid.
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  • He's: ' the demented Magus of the sentence ' you know!
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  • Pandemonium based on demented harassment of anything that moves.
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  • screeched vocals and demented saxophone; a punk Van de Graaf Generator.
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  • Another of the fest highlights, this mean spirited little Belgian shocker plays like a demented Little Red Riding Hood.
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  • Their demented romance leads the couple through a twisted world of carnival sideshows, media frenzy, and necrophilia.
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  • Their sound has been quoted as " demented machine funk " and " deep, undulating, minimal techno " .
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  • The history of the following years is filled with the struggles between these two princes and with their attempts to seize the authority in the name of the demented king.
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  • Only the track titles give away the fact that something quite genuinely demented is going on within.
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  • Incorporating them into chickens may well produce demented as well as poisonous chickens.
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  • Comparison between two wards for the care of severely demented patients ' .
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  • It's no masterpiece, it's slightly demented in places but always happily cartoonishly so.
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  • The increasingly demented scientist murders anyone who stumbles on the truth.
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  • This quarter share of their genes can only be propagated if they are not demented from brain injury or degeneracy.
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  • The result is one seriously demented piece of cinema that's kind of like a bad dream that just keeps getting worse and worse.
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  • demented in the past with three different connection conventions to support on the various kit we had bought.
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  • demented mind of the career criminal.
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  • demented woman who has murdered her lecherous father now roams the streets of Los Angeles looking for prey.
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  • demented demons shouting at me.
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  • demented bee.
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  • In addition, the severely demented patients spent less time exposed to bright light.
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  • Live, a whirlwind of aggressive guitar, screeched vocals and demented saxophone; a punk Van de Graaf Generator.
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  • Their sound has been quoted as " demented machine funk " and " deep, undulating, minimal techno ".
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  • "God," he writes, "has given the art of divination not to the wisdom, but to the foolishness of man; for no man, when in his wits, attains prophetic truth and inspiration; but when he receives the inspired word either his intelligence is enthralled by sleep, or he is demented by some distemper or possession.
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