Lunacy is the seventh album by Luna Sea, released on July 12, 2000. It reached number three on the Oricon chart and was the band`s last original studio album before disbanding in late 2000. The album was remastered and re-released on December 19, 2007, it came with a DVD of the promotional videos for "Gravity", "Tonight" and "Love S
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Lunacy (Šílení) is a 2005 Czech film by Jan Švankmajer. The film is loosely based on two short stories, "The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether" and "The Premature Burial", by Edgar Allan Poe. It is also partly inspired by the works of the Marquis de Sade. The film was shot between October 2004 and April 2005, on location
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Lunacy is a videogame developed by System Sacom and published by Sega for the Sega Saturn in 1997. Alternatively it was known as Torico in Europe, or, under its full title Gekka Mugentan Torico in Japan. Lunacy is a first-person adventure in the tradition of Myst, with a simple interface and many complex puzzles. The game is es
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- obsolete terms for legal insanity
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; plural Lunacies
. [ See Lunatic
Insanity or madness; properly, the kind of insanity which is broken by intervals of reason, -- formerly supposed to be influenced by the changes of the moon; any form of unsoundness of mind, except idiocy; mental derange
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1. An obsolete term for a form of insanity characterised by alternating lucid and insane periods, believed to be influenced by phases of the moon. ... 2. Any form of insanity. ... 3. Insanity as defined variously by law. ... Origin: L. Luna, moon ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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obsolete terms for legal insanity
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• (n.) A morbid suspension of good sense or judgment, as through fanaticism. • (n.) Insanity or madness; properly, the kind of insanity which is broken by intervals of reason, -- formerly supposed to be influenced by the changes of the moon; any form of unsoundness of mind, except idiocy; mental derangement or alienation.Lunacy: words in
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lunacy 1. The condition of being a lunatic; intermittent insanity such as was formerly supposed to be brought about by the changes of the moon; now applied generally to any form of insanity (idiocy is usually excepted). In legal use, such mental unsoundness that interferes with civil rights or transactions. Also, a fit or attack of such insanity.
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lunacy: see insanity.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: lū′nă-sē Definitions: 1. An obsolete term for a form of insanity characterized by alternating lucid and insane periods, believed to be influenced by phases of the moon. 2. Any form of insanity. 3. Insanity as defined variously by law.
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Lunacy is the game for the 2009 FIRST Robotics Competition. Announced on January 3, 2009, the name and some of the features of the game honor the 40th anniversary of the first manned mission to the Moon (Latin: Luna). It is FRC`s 18th game. This is the first FRC competition to use the cRIO Mobile Device Controller control system fro
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[Vacating of Seats]
The Lunacy (Vacating of Seats) Act 1886 (49 Vict.c.16) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It provided a mechanism for a Member of Parliament who was judged to be of unsound mind to be removed from his seat. ==Background== There had been a number of cases of Members of Parliament who were felt, in the lan
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