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INSANE. One deprived of the use of reason, after he has arrived at the age when he ought to have it, either by a natural defect or by accident. Domat, Lois Civ. Lib. prel. tit. 2, s. 1, n. 11.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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By using the graphic novel format, Jessie Hartland sets Steve Jobs, Insanely Great apart from the rest.
Having said that I don't think I was so insanely good last season or so insanely bad this season.
At two ends of the same spectrum, these pathetic, inadequate misfits are mirror images of each other, and Isis and fascists should recognise each other, blood brothers, insanely consumed, controlled and united by hatred.
It is a bit backward looking, illogically attractive and insanely impractical...the Jeremy Corbyn of dresses" Fi Glover describes a Ukrainian peasant dress.
Violet announces that her husband Jasper has returned and warns Ash not to flirt with her in front of him as he is insanely jealous, while Penelope and Mason hit a series of snags when they are sent to collect the wedding cake.
Brit Award-winner Sam, 23, said: "This makes me insanely happy and so thankful to everyone who purchased the album."
Tom McHale is, arguably, both insanely interesting and maybe just a touch insane.
On the anniversary of 9/11, I hope everyone took a moment to remember those who were insanely murdered.
It's insanely overpriced at $150 million per mile for aboveground construction on land the relevant government authorities already own.
It's Up To You Now is more experimental with its thundering drum beat, and the record storms to an end with the fun-loving and insanely cheery Gotta Get Away.
LEXICON BY MAX BARRY PS7.99 This insanely clever novel by Max Barry is set in a world where a language system can be used to control and coerce other human beings.