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La Fievre (1965; Fever) and La Deluge (1966; The Flood) also examine mental aberration.
The illness includes mental aberration, hallucinations, depression, irritability, anxiety attacks, confusion, debilitating diarrhea, vomiting, and emaciation.
His development in the last years of his life, including the Selected Passages, is regarded officially as the result of mental aberration.
DIC were baffled and angry and a source was quoted in the ECHO saying: "If the fans want to know what has happened, David Moores suffered what I can only describe as a mental aberration just when the deal was about to be reached.
D Mitchell cannot resist berating Mr Blair for his conversion to Roman Catholicism, as though it was some kind of mental aberration.
After that he seemed to lose concentration in front, which saw him make a bad error at the second-last, but given the way he fenced on the whole that looked just a mental aberration, and he quickly pulled himself together and cantered home.
And if that strong suspicion is correct, Brive's performance at Sixways was not a mental aberration.
It is more likely that he had a temporary mental aberration which left him horrified at his behaviour and determined never to behave in such an idiotic way again.
Mitchell cannot resist berating Mr Blair for his conversion to Roman Catholicism as though it was some kind of mental aberration.
He has been jumping every day this week and has done very well, but we have to hope he doesn't have a mental aberration on the course.