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But it is dangerous to attempt that development except under guidance of a qualified teacher, and the reader is earnestly warned not to use any method published in books, or sold, for their practice usually leads to dementia.
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His brow is corrugated with grief, but the flashing of the eye denotes a lack of intellectual coherence which any alienist would diagnose at a glance as evidence of total dementia, even were not confirmatory proof offered by his action in huckstering for a product which doesn't exist, in a language which no one present can understand.
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The surgeons said it would end in a case of dementia.
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I am not superstitious, and unfortunately I am not one of the victims of dementia, whose spectral woes are born of disordered brains.
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There was dementia, cruelty, stark purpose in his eyes, in every movement.
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Now when a civilization or a civilized custom falls into senile dementia, there is commonly a judgment ripe for it, and it comes as plagues come, from a breath,-as fires come, from a spark.
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De la Fontaine has mentioned this fact, and there is a case in this country in which acute dementia from masturbation was cured by infibulation.
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There is a striking slowness of thought and of movement; the memory fails, and conditions leading to incipient dementia intervene.
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The convulsions increased in number and frequency, he lost his memory, and exhibited other signs of incipient dementia.
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Katatonia, according to Gray, is a cerebral disease of cyclic symptoms, ranging in succession from primary melancholia to mania, confusion, and dementia, one or more of these stages being occasionally absent, while convulsive and epileptoid symptoms accompany the mental changes.
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The poor doctor looked as though he was wishing he had made a specialty of dementia, and stood like a goose, looking at the chicken.
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As soon as he recovered from canine dementia, approaching very closely to rabies, at seeing me in the flesh once more (so that the Sierra Nevada rang with avalanches of barking), he tugged me to the place where his teeth were set in gold, and proved that he had no hydrophobia.
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At last his powerful mind gave way, so that he died a victim to senile dementia.
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Worse than resentment smoldered against the father, a dull, deadening enmity, born in the hateful hours of his odious, but helpless, dementia.
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His concluding smile was positively ghastly, and his eyes had resumed something more than their old restlessness; they shifted hither and thither about the room with apparent aimlessness and I fancied had taken on a wild expression, such as is sometimes observed in cases of dementia.
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Doubtless, he begged the pardon of Heaven for allowing it to be mixed up in what he regarded as childish pastime, for exposing it to ridicule in connection with an affair in which there was only sickliness and dementia.
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For example, alterations in the efficiency of the cerebral link may yield neurasthenia, mania, dementia; of the thyroid link, Graves' disease, myxedema; of the adrenal link, Addison's disease, cardiovascular disease.
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The stolen corduroy coat covered blacksmith's muscles now made doubly powerful by dementia.
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In his dementia he knew no better.
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The man in his dementia hurled the weapon; it struck the sash and caromed off, hitting the stove.
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Examples of Dementium

Example #1
The safe method is never sold for money or any earthly consideration however large or small; it is always freely given as a reward of merit.
Example #2
In proportion as we draw our creative force upward by spiritual thought we develop these nerves and awaken dormant faculties of the spirit.
Example #3
The most delirious typhoid fever patient you ever saw would know better than that.
Example #4
Even his features fail to jibe.
Example #5
I was sorry, for I had seen much that day that hurt me, and more than all was this.
Example #6
The old chaplain stuck his pipe into his mouth and brought it aflare again with two or three strong indrawing respirations.