MADMEN


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MADMENModular Asteroid Deflection Mission Ejector Node (robotic spacecraft project)
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They are strangers and unknown to any in this region; and they be the most violent and bloodthirsty madmen that ever --"
D'Artagnan's countenance took an expression of the deepest compassion; he began to think he had to do with madmen.
Madmen are of some nation, and their language, however incoherent in its words, has always the coherence of syllabification.
It is a robe of state: Woven by a Venetian: the stuff, cut-velvet: The pattern, pomegranates: each separate seed Wrought of a pearl: the collar all of pearls, As thick as moths in summer streets at night, And whiter than the moons that madmen see Through prison bars at morning.
Sire," replied Mazarin, "I thank you for your good opinion with regard to myself, but we have nothing to do yonder: they are a set of madmen who deny God, and cut off the heads of their kings.
There was not a sound--no whisper of life, as though she were alone and lost in that stony country of which she had heard, where madmen go looking for gold and spurn the find.
Still I see nothing but a tumultuous mob of idiots and madmen, who are busy in prostrating themselves before a gigantic cameleopard, and endeavoring to obtain a kiss of the animal's hoofs.
Real madmen," explained Father Brown, "always encourage their own morbidity.
Were not these madmen common enough in such a prison?
When lunatics command our armies God evidently means these other madmen to be free.