In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Some of us may be unusually paranoid or suspicious, again a characteristic perhaps of schizophrenia.
- The long-term projection for people with paranoid personality disorder is bleak.
- So like most people confronted with paranoid delusions, they react inappropriately: with my gran, they tend to laugh and make a joke of it.
- Gary Macey has paranoid schizophrenia and has received treatment at the hospital for much of 2004.
- His nurse told him years ago that he was showing symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia.
- The appellant suffers from paranoid schizophrenia which is a mental illness within the meaning of the Mental Health Act 1983.
- Attacks may be induced by starvation and accompanied by paranoid psychosis.
- Their paranoid delusions often disappeared, and their ability to relate to other people improved.
- Alan Fuller, defending, said that his client had a history of paranoid schizophrenia and had made a suicide attempt during the course of the case.
- It seems the defendant is suffering from a paranoid personality disorder.
- Shortly after he finished his first album, he was diagnosed with chronic paranoid schizophrenia.
- Martin was a diabetic with paranoid schizophrenia, and he had been out of his insulin for over a month.
- Mr Murray told magistrates that Porter was suffering from an untreatable paranoid personality disorder.
- However, her parental role has diminished with her increasing flights into paranoid delusions.
- People with paranoid disorders are often hostile and suspicious and appear eccentric.
- The mother of a student who claims he developed paranoid schizophrenia after being prescribed a controversial acne drug was due to appear on television.
- He has a history of mental health problems including paranoid delusions as well as a history of alcohol and drugs misuse.
- The court heard that three psychiatrists had all diagnosed him as suffering from paranoid schizophrenic with auditory hallucinations.
- One of the main problems with this drug is that it can make the user anxious and paranoid dependant on their mood and their surroundings.
- She did not describe auditory hallucinations nor have paranoid delusions.
2(fearful, suspicious)to be paranoid about sth — estar obsesionado con algo
- I get a little paranoid about where these spammers get my e-mail address from
- Falford would forever be at least mildly paranoid and mistrustful of the world.
- If he sounds a bit paranoid about the social status of art and artists, one can more or less understand.
- Days pass by with no messages from Rachel; soon he starts to become a little paranoid, convinced that she's having an affair behind his back.
- But the real danger for these three men is each other as they become greedy, suspicious and paranoid.
- We should not forget that Bulgarian people are quite paranoid of being investigated or that information could be collected on them.
- Feeling someone's eyes on me, I looked around the cafeteria, feeling a little paranoid.
- I was a little paranoid about riding in a stranger's car and all, but it was an emergency after all.
- Sometimes it's tough being shy and I feel a bit paranoid.
- Around the time of his death, he was reported to be paranoid, dictatorial, obsessed with his celebrity and his physique.
- ‘People are paranoid about what they can eat and what they can't,’ Jenny points out.
- I may be a bit paranoid, but I'm pretty sure the traffic helicopter was following me in to work today.
- Where did he get such an obsessive, paranoid personality from?
- I am paranoid about personal hygiene, and I constantly wash clothes and burn candles in my apartment for company.
- Was The X-Files series so popular because it was so good or because people have become more paranoid?
- I'm not a naturally suspicious or paranoid person.
- Now, if you had just heard a ghost talk, something they're not supposed to be able to do, wouldn't you be just a bit paranoid?
- Gemma, naturally paranoid, was suspicious of the stairs and suspected that they were much shorter than they had seemed.
- Sometimes he wondered if years of isolation made her paranoid of burglars, even when she was expecting her own son to visit.
- It may look a bit paranoid, but the lock might be broken and your room would be vulnerable to any nosy intruder who would try the door knob.
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