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The proportion was twice as great in New England and New York as in Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Nebraska ...
The large proportion of insanity in California is produced by the excitement and oppressive anxieties, and the great and sudden changes of fortune among many of the people." Also, a report by the Rhode Island Registrar of Vital Statistics, including p. D., With no actual reference, I have recorded one of my individuals as Cause of Death - Insanity.
What got me into E-Fedding was my orginal passion for Professional Wrestling, hell wrestling in general as I wrestled in Middle and part of high school.
I remember I would base everything around wrestling but when I joined the Navy I stopped watching on a regular basis cause what am I going to tell the drill instructor (or RDCs as we navy type call them)… wrong answer but I never really got back into watching it on a regular basis since then.
@acheong87: I personally wouldn't use "sanity check" to refer to basic validation of input parameter formats, for example.
But if it was in the context of, say, an input form for a car insurance quote, asking for the applicant's Date of Birth, I might call it a "sanity check" to make sure the value input didn't imply the applicant was over 120 years old! It seems the word "sanity" doesn't have anything to do with cleanness or pureness. Are you crazy about the thrill of a particular game?Join our community and you'll get to meet other singles from all over the world who have the same passion for games that you do!The content should not be mirrored or otherwise reused until the issue has been resolved.If substantial content is duplicated, unless evidence is provided to the contrary (e.g."Sensitive Subject--Insanity in Williams County, Ohio"; "Old newspaper--Sad account of "Wife of Andrew Svoboda, 1904." A couple of general references follow; these may be less specific than you would like: "A Glossary of Archaic Medial Terms, Diseases and Causes of Death," , entry for "Mania or Acute Mania," including comment that it was defined as "severe insanity"; says "Acute Mania was used as a term for death when the patient had been hospitalized..." Other references: Perhaps someone will be able to find data that is more timely (to 1872) or more regionally relevant (Minnesota), but I did find some interesting information.