mood swing


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mood swing

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Taking action can help dispel a mood swing session.
"Barry lives about an hour south of where I grew up, so I'd heard of him for years," said Jimmy LeChase, co-founder of Mood Swing Comedy.
TEHRAN (FNA)- An experimental smartphone app analyzes changes in vocal patterns to predict the early signs of a bipolar mood swing.
Bill explains his wordplay mood swing: "When I read the August issue of Word Ways and saw that Kickshaws was not included, I was feeling a little down.
So a mood swing is any sudden shift in disposition that, if not persistent or irrational, is considered completely normal.
'The worst mood swing was when the judge began to read the charges against him,' Mr Chalabi said.
Parsons avoids getting too serious; whatever his subject--be it depression (Mood Swing) or the plague (Ring Around the Rosie)--he diffuses darker emotions with humor.
There is also a detectable mood swing; away from Californian languor to a tougher, more boisterous engagement that reflects Gehry's preoccupation with the 'cranky feistiness' of French society.
ALAN PARDEW feels that Newcastle United must make the most of the "mood swing" that could yet transform his side's season.
Then NBC acquired Bravo and began spending some money on promotion, and suddenly the channel that had become famous for double-teaming Cirque du Soleil specials with Cher concerts burst through its closet door with a ferocious splintering worthy of the Hulk in a mood swing. Queer Eye even got so much of a sampling that NBC threw a truncated version of the show on its regular schedule one summer night, seamlessly following Will & Grace.
Ring Around the Rosie (1993) is a reflection on the AIDS crisis; Mood Swing (1994) comments on society's frenetic pace and the widespread use of antidepressants; and his most recent work, Channeling, took on the media's impact on American culture.