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  • At New England College, Ms. Gubelmann said, she worked as DJ on the local radio under the name "Mad Marg."

    A Look Into the DJ Booth

  • The team leader, who was known by his nickname Mad Dog, took out his cell phone and hit speed dial.

    Fallout

  • His exploits were heroic and he earned the nickname Mad Jack and the Military Cross, in 1916.

    Bedlam

  • MP3: M.I.A.: "Born Free" (HighContrastRMX) Welsh drum'n'bass producer High Contrast remixed M.I.A. 's "Born Free" and then Diplo put the remix on his label Mad Decent's blog and now we're bringing it to you.

    MP3Board.com

  • "Patience" is from Nas and Marley's collaborative album his label Mad Decent's blog and now we're bringing it to you.

    Pitchfork: Latest News

  • Now this checkbook, the green one, is what I call your Mad Money account.

    Promise Me

  • As more and more cows came down with similar symptoms, scientists could not identify the disease causing agent, and the media coined the term Mad Cow disease, named after the unruly, aggressive behavior exhibited by the sick, or downer, animals.

    The Mad Cow Epidemic is here to stay.

  • With the Christmas party season in full swing, the i newspaper says Britain is braced for what it calls Mad Friday - the "booziest night of the year" when office party revellers are expected to cause a 65% increase in 999 calls.

    BBC News - Home

  • When we first talked, you drew a line between true diversification and what you called "Mad Money" diversification.

    Forbes.com: News

  • The CIA case officer who used the nickname Mad Dog had followed on Tinner’s heels, and eventually he had used sweet talk, money, and veiled threats to turn the young Swiss technician into a spy in the heart of the Khan operation.

    Fallout

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