hysteria


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Her hysteria became violent, and she was helped, weeping and laughing, out of the room.
He had some half-formed conception of their superstitious fears and of their especial dread of night, and so he decided to wait until darkness fell and the blacks partially worked to hysteria by their dancing and religious rites before he took any steps toward the freeing of Numa.
Also, in the moments when he was shoved away and was springing back to the attack, he yelped in high-pitched puppy hysteria.
Anthony Leachon pointed out that the reason behind the public panic and hysteria was the lack of 'urgent justice.
Indian Prime Minister's war hysteria will further deteriorate peace in the region.
Speaking of their decision to tour, Rick "Sav" Savage said: "After many requests from fans in the UK, I'm delighted that we can bring the whole Hysteria album to arenas across Britain and Ireland later this year.
Fragmented from a promotional material - Event official Facebook page CAIRO -- 8 December 2017: Egyptian independent band Hysteria will revive childhood memories at Magnolia Leaves of Art on Friday.
ISLAMABAD -- Former bureaucrats, academicians, businessmen, doctors, human rights activists and retired judges, in Indian occupied Kashmir, have rejected the police claim that braid chopping was a result of mass hysteria, saying that these disgraceful acts are being carried out in a well-planned manner to serve the interest of the Indian state.
Interesting technological discussion, but the hysteria and moral recriminations are over the top.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday American politicians were whipping up hysteria about a mythical Russian threat in the US presidential campaign as a ploy to distract voters from their own failings.
Gen, Raed Shakir Jawdat said "Daesh lives hysteria of defeat, and we have accomplished keeping the liberated areas and strengthen the block lines.