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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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Speaking at the World Economic Forum this week, where Enda is seeking support for Ireland's efforts to reduce the debt burden on our people and encouraging investment in Ireland, he didn't say that everyone went mad and brought about the economic crash.
Finally, Kelly literally went mad, according to a psychiatrist.
He said: "I took the first booking in January, but as soon as England's draw was made, the phones went mad.
Soon after releasing his million-selling debut, ``Nouveau Flamenco,'' in 1990, pop instrumental fans went mad for flamenco, even while Liebert was drawing on influences from the Middle East and Asia, r&b, jazz and ambient music.
Researchers found rats injected with alcohol went mad for sex.