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Panic

1. See: Bank panic.

2. See: Panic buying.

3. See: Panic selling.
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Then, in amongst the noise and the clutter of the panicky, you will have the potential to truly stand out.
Like having to wait for a bus, or properly steep a pot of tea instead of hastily pressing the bag against the side of the cup with your spoon, the prospect of giving so much time to so capricious an enterprise makes the modern temperament go a little panicky.
It would be a "terrible irony" if the coalition against terrorism on the political and military front was let down on the home front by "a panicky reaction in some boardrooms", he said in a radio interview.
It's not so much what his earthy character, Charles Stanton, says to high class panicky companions - it's the cool, calm and collected way that he says it.
With Fraga at the helm, Brazil proved it was no Russia, recovering from its panicky tailspin quickly.
PANICKY Parma made an incredible pounds 18million bid yesterday to rip Arsenal striker Nicolas Anelka from Real Madrid's clutches.
33 trillion won with panicky retail investors rushing with selling orders on falling prices.
The "dinosaurs" of Zedillo's ruling party, panicky investors on Wall Street and at the Mexico stock exchange, and some national-security relics in Washington sought to blame subversives for this disastrous series of events.
Thrown into an anxious froth by my panicky urge to rejoin the quantum field, pulsating with serenity, I began to hallucinate.
A few minutes into the exercise, foragers begin to get an almost panicky, lean-and-hungry look, Smith says.
Patients and their families should watch out for worsening depression or thoughts of suicide, and for sudden or severe changes in emotion, such as feeling anxious, agitated, panicky, irritable, hostile, aggressive, impulsive, severely restless, overly excited and hyperactive, or not being able to sleep.
With four days until the Autumn Statement, we've already had panicky changes in government policy: on payday loans, cigarette packaging, energy subsidies and bank lending.