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“Iron” Mike Ditka, that leather-voiced coach of the mighty 1980s Chicago Bears, never smiled at the mania that followed his teams’ success, a lesson that always stuck with a young linebacker of his named Ron Rivera.
In a year of epic bull rallies, it’s probably fitting that we’re closing out 2020 with a bit of IPO mania for tech stocks.
Now, analysts at the firm note “signs of mania associated with a bubble are also appearing,” especially in high fliers like Apple and Tesla who both recently performed stock splits.
The recent options mania among individual investors has also led to new and unusual patterns in the overall options market.
In the hospital, he was diagnosed with psychosis, bipolar disorder and mania and placed on medication.
This mania for correction shows itself too in relation to the authorities themselves.
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Of the railway mania period I have spoken in a previous chapter.
The very next day he burst in upon me in a state of bliss bordering on mania.
When one considers a phenomenon of such range and intensity, it does not suffice to employ words like infatuation, fashion, mania.
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At this period in his life it was a kind of mania to declare himself quite incapable in certain branches of his art.

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