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    1. Kagacage

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      Aug 20,  · Crazy definition: If you describe someone or something as crazy, you think they are very foolish or | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
    2. Kigazuru

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      Jan 19,  · Inspired by the life of Hank Garland, CRAZY is the story of a legendary guitar player who emerged from Nashville in the 's/10().
    3. Vugami

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      crazy about (someone or something) Very enthusiastically fond of someone or something. Teri is just crazy about her new boyfriend and won't stop talking about him. Ever since she started taking lessons as a kid, Amy has been crazy about tennis.
    4. Mishura

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      Aug 22,  · Matt DiBenedetto: “Crazy” to be making th Cup Series start. Dueling teammates: Jimmie Johnson, William Byron in playoff race. Corey LaJoie .
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      "Crazy" was a follow-up to Patsy Cline's previous big hit "I Fall to Pieces" (). Her version was a number-two country hit in Her version was a number-two country hit in Barbara Mandrell remembers Patsy Cline introducing the song live in concert .
    6. Feshura

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    7. Kebar

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      crazy about (someone or something) Very enthusiastically fond of someone or something. Teri is just crazy about her new boyfriend and won't stop talking about him. Ever since she started taking lessons as a kid, Amy has been crazy about tennis. I'm not crazy about that place, so can we go somewhere else for dinner? See also: crazy crazy about someone or.
    8. Fejora

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    9. Mejind

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      Aug 09,  · (obsolete) Flawed or damaged; unsound, liable to break apart; ramshackle. [16th–19th c.] , John Moore, Zeluco, Valancourt , p. Buchanan shewed her into a room adjoining to Mr. Steele's dressing-room, and separated from it by a very crazy partition. –, Thomas Babington Macaulay, chapter 3, in The History of England from the.

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