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berserk

a member of a class of ancient Norse warriors who worked themselves into a frenzy before battle and fought with insane fury and courage
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Berserk oers thrills and stunts, including the Globe of Terror, while Eloize is a more gentle, artistic aair combining circus skills with music, dance and theatre.
Combining contemporary "cirque" skills with thrilling stunts Cirque Berserk is a danger-filled spectacle that, despite its 90 minutes, left us wanting more.
And you certainly get plenty of those moments at Cirque Berserk.
The Residential Art Conference for Berserk 2014 took place at ECC, Whitefield from 24th-27th August, 2014.
I remember how we used to swing you, pendulum-like, toward each other, and how instead of slamming into your sis in mid-air you both cackled: G with that chuckle gone berserk; J, who doesn't require aviating the air via her father's arms to go berserk going berserk.
The man, known only as Stephen, took on the assailant after he went berserk, smashing up a vicar's car before breaking into a church hall and attacking two female singers and leaving several others terrified.
Inmate goes berserk on homemade jail alcohol FROM PAGE ONE and it could send you mad.
He went berserk after four crew members hauled him off another passenger who he had punched in the face.
When he realises what's happened, he goes berserk and holes up in the caff with the local kids.
Neil Browne, 23, of Station Road, Carrigans, Co Donegal, left track marks after going berserk last December.
Three days later--after running afoul of a berserk robot, engaging in hand-to-hand combat with Nagi's pet tiger, and being forced to model a pretty sailor dress-the Yakuza are starting to look like a pretty good deal.
Sponsor Senator Chris Buttars said, "Whenever anyone challenges the evolution people, they go berserk.