Events of 1974 were the direct result of Makarios' folly and his delusions of grandeur
Roger is a dedicated team captain, but has delusions of grandeur
Perhaps if our AMs put aside their delusions of grandeur
the people of Wales might be more inclined to entrust them with more powers.
Yet more delusions of grandeur
from Arsenal's neighbours.
Which mental disorder is characterised by delusions of grandeur
It seems like those who run for, or who are sitting in, council seats are a greedy bunch with delusions of grandeur
Get rid of your Zeusian delusions of grandeur
and get on with the business of working with life as it is.
Writes Conroy about his time in Switzerland: "If these years were in any way memorable, they were so because the consul general was a lovable alcoholic with a 70-year-old Polish mistress, my immediate superior insisted that all correspondence be prepared in the passive voice, and I had to use elaborate subterfuge to wrest control over the visa section from a local Swiss clerk who had delusions of grandeur
For the less devoted, the book merely confirms the impression that she is, to use her own nice distinctions, a minor writer with delusions of grandeur
An estimated 2 million to 3 million people in the United States suffer from manic depression, characterized by periods of severe depression alternating with episodes of uncontrolled elation, restlessness, racing thoughts and delusions of grandeur
Well food for thought, chief, forget all your delusions of grandeur
, we don't want to be joined to Birmingham; we are proud to stand alone as Coventry.
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