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MAD

[¦em¦ā′dē or mad]
(electromagnetism)

MAD

(language)
1. Michigan Algorithm Decoder.

2. A data flow language.

["Implementation of Data Structures on a Data Flow Computer", D.L. Bowen, Ph.D. Thesis, Victoria U Manchester, Apr 1981].
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They have good players but there is a massive amount of pressure on them - the expectation has gone mad.
It is the latest in a spate of political correctness gone mad incidents.
The emergency services were alerted by a tearful 999 phone call from a young child saying: "My dad's gone mad.
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Condemning her for showing that passion is just another example of PC gone mad.
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Giving in to bureaucracy gone mad I paid my fee, and left in despair.
Dinah Lenney's Queen Gertrude is certainly made of tougher stuff, at first a willing ally to her husband's assertions that her son Hamlet has gone mad.
Los Angeles was an island of sanity and security in an electric grid gone mad, thanks to the organization Scattergood designed.
Had the entire world gone mad or just my little corner of it?
Louis will lose Sunday, the defining moment of an NFL half-season gone mad.
CHARLTON'S Alan Curbishley, tipped as the first Premiership manager to be sacked, claimed last night football had gone mad.