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"crazy" en español
Do you think that Mr Lebed or any other crazy man would do something other than this?
to run around like crazy
Three years ago, anyone in this House who said that this would really be happening today would definitely have been called crazy.
to go crazy
You will not understand that your crazy agricultural policy is what created this situation.
We must therefore abandon this crazy, pointless idea of decoupling.
By going to the academy when he was young, he could put his crazy, aggressive energy to work.”
To my husband, vacation means he can live behind the camera and drive me crazy with his "artistic" candid shots.
Bertrand Russell denounced the obscenity of deliberately humiliating a nation, of making people crazy so that a straitjacket would be needed.
We support the Council and we believe that it is our right and our obligation to appeal to the Austrian people to seriously reconsider this completely crazy option.
The crazy orders were given over the frequency used by the network of two-way radios belonging to the Catholic missions of northern Uganda.
I have to say that I think it is crazy for this House to consider removing the possibility of national symbols on the new currency when it is issued.
It is crazy to be doing that without having the ability to have a political dialogue.
You will be distressed, however, that these crazy folk have fallen foul of the law of unintended consequences.
Some of it has not been good and the crazy conflicts, the problem of corruption, all these problems are there.
With subversive, crazy audience participation numbers, he tells his own story, bringing to Quidam the joyful, burlesque, and liberated language of clown.
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It is crazy that we have a European market but as yet no European company.
This is a crazy situation which Member States should not be encouraged to repeat.
It is crazy to drag animals around for so long before they are slaughtered.
Only through crazy men for heaven’s sake, God can return to the men.”
Surely that is too crazy for words, but it is only the tip of the iceberg.
We must give up on the crazy Utopian idea of making the planet one immense borderless market.
I would ask Athens to say 'no ' to this completely crazy thinking.
Then you too would say: either he has gone crazy or he is immoral.
It would be crazy what the people would have to do if these measures had to be applied.
It really is crazy to compete at the expense of the environment.
You yourselves refer on page 14 of your crazy paper to a decisive phase in these negotiations.
This colorful, brash, and crazy world reminds us that the circus is forever a universal spectacle.
In addition, it is now undisputed that readiness to finance these crazy projects is declining.
It would be absolutely crazy to have a donors ' pledging conference before we have those things in place.
The idea of a maximum target for recycling is crazy.
Let us stop this crazy idea now before the so-called rich Member States end up totally impoverished.
Surely it is too crazy for words that we do not know whether all European fishermen keep to the quota or not.
Such a development we really would regard as crazy.
“What is this fusion of vaudeville, clowning arts, tap, eccentric dance, hip hop, physical comedy and crazy magic?
I have read and reread this crazy report and I have still not grasped the ins and outs of it.
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