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MAD

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Moroccan Dirham.

MAD

ISO 4217 code for the Moroccan dirham. It was introduced in 1960, replacing the Moroccan franc. It is illegal to export locally circulating dirhams.
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The MEMOIRS OF A MADMAN (DVD) is a definitive visual two-disc DVD set which includes classic music videos , along with unreleased and out-of-print live performances , plus interviews from his solo career.
Diary Of A Madman was first performed at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff in 2011 following its three-week run as a development piece which was funded by the Arts Council of Wales.
Declaring his solemn "right" to fight to the last Libyan, Gadhafi recalls another madman, who perished in his bunker in 1945.
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His administration praises the Communist regime of North Korean madman Kim Jong II--leader of an economic basket case, as well as a human rights hellhole--as a model for Venezuela's development.
Carbondale is just the latest in a long series of Grindline masterpieces, and the Carbondale Run itself--highlighting pyrotechnics, madman mudslides, and a beercan suitable for Paul Bunyan happened to fall in the middle of the trip, also a short drive from the newly finished addition to the Montrose park and a rock's toss to Aspen.
He said in his acceptance speech that his choice in Iraq was "to take the word of a madman or .
Among them were the madman Renfield, danced with moppetlike contortions by Eric Harris, and Lucy, a young woman both attracted to and repulsed by the bloodthirsty kisser, in a crisp, tragic portrayal by Rennie.
Iraq is a wealthy, sophisticated country crushed under the boot of a madman.
The assigned works were Gogol's Diary of a Madman and Other Stories (as translated from Russian by Ronald Wilks), Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness, Shakespeare's Hamlet, Marechera's Mind Blast, and Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Albatross Book of Verse.
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One can only imagine how Herzog's alter ego would have reacted to this depiction of him as a raving madman prone to stunts like firing a gun at a tent full of people.