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- n. the state of a person's emotions (especially with regard to pleasure or dejection)
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In point of fact, however, Case IV had hallucinations and religious delusions ( "spirit is here") probably derived therefrom, and Dr. Worcester found an isolated brain lesion correlatable with the hallucinosis; and in any event the emotional state of the patient is in grave doubt.
While there had been no dramatic change in Ted's emotional state as yet, he suffered from fewer of what he called his black-and-blue days, and occasionally I caught a glimpse of the cheerful, quixotic man of old.
Worried about the emotional state of my friend Eli Boyle, I proceeded immediately to his residence on Cliff Drive, whereupon I found Boyle dead, having shot himself in the head with a. 38-caliber handgun.
A few of Armstrong’s colleagues at Edwards believe that Paul Bikle, the FRC director, in his own mind did connect the short string of mishaps in Neil’s flying to Neil’s emotional state following his daughter’s death, temporarily grounding Armstrong after the Nellis mishap.