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Pough, a former captain of the Howard football team who had brief stints with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns, has his own maniacal-type energy and was determined not to let Reese check out mentally.MARYLAND’S HIGH-SCORING OFFENSE ADDS ANOTHER WEAPON WITH THE RETURN OF ANGEL REESEKAREEM COPELANDMARCH 10, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He could tool a heap like a maniacal genius born with a steering wheel in his hands.HOODED DETECTIVE, VOLUME III NO. 2, JANUARY, 1942VARIOUS
Because of this, maniacal patients should be guarded with quite as much care as those suffering from melancholia.ESSAYS IN PASTORAL MEDICINEAUSTIN MALLEY
There is no telling what the next move of this maniacal avenger will be.FRANK MERRIWELL'S PURSUITBURT L. STANDISH
But on his return to Rome the powerful personality of Taurus Antinor soon imposed itself upon the fierce and maniacal despot."UNTO CAESAR"BARONESS EMMUSKA ORCZY
"Tell me more—tell me——" he bellowed at last, during an interval between two of these maniacal spasms."UNTO CAESAR"BARONESS EMMUSKA ORCZY
Allusion has already been made to the occasional occurrence of maniacal excitement as one of the results of the epileptic seizure.ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 9, SLICE 6VARIOUS
You are suffering from a very strong neurosis, Dr. Lee; I might almost say a maniacal obsession.THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE
His weak nature was in a state of anger bordering on the maniacal.THE SKIPPER AND THE SKIPPEDHOLMAN DAY
It was shrill, maniacal tumult, that ranged upward and upward into octaves beyond sound.SHOCK TREATMENTSTANLEY MULLEN

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