In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In fact, the only drawback is the album's lyrical monomania.
- Pity the poor actors who've had to perform during the city's recent hockey monomania.
- His bellowed anti-Europe diatribes breathe the monomania that still sets the conference afire.
- This needn't have happened if not driven by Morgan's sudden monomania and desperation to be right.
- His obsession verges on monomania, and he becomes ‘bewitched to her memory’.
- The fact that she spent five years trying to find grounds for criticism takes on an aura of monomania.
- To me, it illustrates that the son is incapable of distinguishing between singleness of purpose and monomania.
- It's the familiar story of the destructive monomania of the professional activist.
- Ironically enough, his foray into racing was an attempt to ease off from a life of monomania, to prepare for retirement by finding new interests.
- There are two reasons for that, not that anyone need explain an eschewal of monomania.
- Like most blogs, the content is erratic, syncopated by the intrusions of daily life, random interests, monomania, narcissism and booze.
- This is just another example of contemporary political monomania in pictorial form.
- To avoid the charge of monomania, the authors are careful to constrain their claims.
- His true believers, with the steadfastness that comes from monomania, are energized by anger about the war.
- They suffer from a semi-religious monomania which distracts attention from the major issues in their field.
- He is the novel's most famous character, and an easily recognizable symbol of monomania.
- I am not making fun of this guy - who am I to criticize this sort of monomania, after all.
- Ferguson set up his retirement, cultivated outside interests, sought to escape his monomania - sought, in fact, to get bored with the struggle.
- Parker displays the monomania that crucially marks off true artistry from mere dabbling.
- It's monomania on whatever the one story of the day is and that's from a structural standpoint.
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