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What are examples of delusions?

If you are talking about delusions in schizophrenia examples would include: Delusional Jealousy- believe that your partner is being unfaithful Erotomanic Delusion- false beli (MORE)

How is fate used in Far from the Madding Crowd?

Bathsheba finding Gabriel suffocating encouraged his attraction.   The loss of Gabriel's flock led him to Weatherbury.   The flipping of the Bible led to the valentine b (MORE)

Who wrote the book far from the madding crowd?

'Far From The Madding Crowd' was written by Thomas Hardy, first appearing in Cornhill's Magazine and it was published unsigned in January 1874. It is part of the popular serie (MORE)

What is the difference between delusion and delirium?

  Answer   A delusion is usually described as a false belief, impression, something that is not real but may be continuous, on going or always there; where as, delir (MORE)

What is the definition of extraordinary?

Extraordinary means beyond (outside) the ordinary, with synonyms such as amazing, astounding, phenomenal, superior, and many others. Examples: It was extraordinary luck tha (MORE)

How do you say she is extraordinary?

Extraordinary: adjective: 1. Beyond what is ordinary or usual. 2. Highly exceptional; remarkable. 3. Employed or used for a special service, function, or occasion. Synonyms: e (MORE)