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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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It's drawn comparison with Twin Peaks, also one of the finest, maddest and most original shows of all time, so I had to watch it, and while it doesn't hit the dizzy heights of the David Lynch series, it's telly of solid quality.
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MIX the maddest parts of Tommy Cooper with the olden day musical genius of an Arthur Askey or a Will Hay - but only after they've necked a bottle of scotch first.
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