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Because the song, like so much of The Weeknd’s music, is a dark, slick anthem to self-destruction, a nearly manic bop about using drugs to numb the pain.
The pandemic “has unwillingly thrust us into a chaotic and manic state, and for right now, brown furniture feels solid, sturdy and stalwart,” she says.
I live with a cat and a dog, and the biggest difference I notice is how manic the dog seems in comparison to the cat.
Yet even amid this manic news cycle, the groundwork is being laid for an alternate financial reality.
In contrast, before a manic phase they move around more, send more text messages, and spend longer talking on the phone.
In the excited stage of manic-depressive insanity it is not uncommon to find that the memory is abnormally active.
Of the two terms (folie circulaire and manic-depressive insanity) the latter is the more correct.
The mental symptoms, in short, are very similar to those of the elevated stage of manic-depressive insanity.
The cases in this family seem all to be instances of manic-depressive insanity.
BEING WELL-BORNMICHAEL F. GUYER
At the Observation Pavilion she appeared to be typically manic.
BENIGN STUPORSAUGUST HOCH

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