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mani

obstacle. hindrance. impediment. crimp. disincentive. slashing.

mani

impediment. stop. mania.

mani

bottleneck. impediment. mania. hindrance. prevention. obstacle. obstruction. check. objection. stop. clog. let. ditty. shackles.

mani

founder of Manichaeism, a Gnostic religion with Zoroastrian elements, considered an arch-heretic.

mani

A jewel, gem, precious stone; especially a pearl bead or other globular ornament.

mani

ATM Multiplexer and Network Interface Module.

mani

EN money.

mani olmak

to obstruct. to prevent. clog.

mania

Violent derangement of mind; madness; insanity.

mania

Cf.

mania

Delirium.

mania

Excessive or unreasonable desire; insane passion affecting one or many people; as, the tulip mania. an irrational but irresistible motive for a belief or action a mood disorder; an affective disorder in which the victim tends to respond excessively and sometimes violently.

mania

balk. obstacle. barrier. hindrance. impediment. handicap. stop. check. snag. let. jump. molehill. clock. wall. backset. barrage. bar. boom. barricade. gate. shield. hub. kerb. curb. cut-off. hurdle. traverse.

mania

Mania or manic episode often begins with a pleasurable sense of heightened energy, creativity, and social ease; feelings that without proper medical treatment can quickly escalate out of control into a full-blown manic episode People experiencing mania typically lack self-awareness, deny anything is wrong, and angrily blame anyone who points out a problem In addition to feeling unusually 'high,' euphoric or irritable, the person also may exhibit symptoms such as:.

mania

A period that lasts at least 2 days where a consumer experiences racing thoughts, euphoria , poor safety, poor judgment and wild spending Can also include auditory hallucinations, visual hallucinations, and/or delusions.

mania

An excited mood characterized by mental and physical hyperactivity, disorganization of thoughts and behavior.

mania

A symptom of Bipolar Disorder in which the patient feels an emotional high, becomes very impulsive and has physical overactivity. emotional state characterized by euphoria, inflated self-esteem, hyperactivity, agitation, racing and confused thoughts and speech Often occurs in bipolar disorder. a mood in which the individual feels highly energetic and extremely joyful.

mania

In John Lee's typology of love, obsessive love.

mania

A disturbance of mood in which the individual experiences a euphoria characterized by unrealistic optimism and heightened sensory pleasures.

manidar

meaning. meaningful.

manidar

significant. meaningful.

manifesto

manifest. waybill. shipping bill.

manifesto

manifest.

manifesto

A public declaration, usually of a prince, sovereign, or other person claiming large powers, showing his intentions, or proclaiming his opinions and motives in reference to some act done or contemplated by him; as, a manifesto declaring the purpose of a prince to begin war, and explaining his motives. a public declaration of intentions.

manifesto

ship's manifest. bill of loading. ocean manifest. shipping bill. waybill.

manifesto

a public declaration of intentions.

manikürcü

manicurist.

maniple

A handful.

maniple

A division of the Roman army numbering sixty men exclusive of officers; any small body of soldiers; a company.

maniple

Originally, a napkin; later, an ornamental band or scarf worn upon the left arm as a part of the vestments of a priest in the Roman Catholic Church.

maniple

It is sometimes worn in the English Church service.

maniple

sending key. signalling key (of a telegraph.

maniple

A liturgical napkin The maniple is worn draped over the celebrant's arm. or fanon, or fanelle The glorified handkerchief worn on the left wrist of the Priest, Deacon, and Subdeacon Unique to the Western Rite Often attaches with a pin to the cuff or sleeve of the alb.

maniple

Mass Messuage Misericord Missal Moralia in Job.

maniple

Vestment worn on the left wrist to signify the Office of Deacon.

maniple

A band worn over the left arm of the celebrant It represents the cord with which Christ's hands were bound by the Roman soldiers It is a small edition of the stole in form, color, and adornment. item of mass vestments; rectangle of fabric worn fastened to the left wrist.

manivela

crowbar.

manivela

crowbar. lever. tappet. crank.

manivela

crowbar. lever. crank. lever arm. tipping. cantilever. crow. handspike. lifter. pinch bar. heaver. handspoke. ripper. pry bar. pry. break jack. link. tapped.

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