Ch 15.3 'Mr Gardiner found his youngest sister in her bedchamber in the throes of the vapours' This pic -The vapours ''a disease of nervous disability in which strange images seem to float hazily before the eyes, or appear as if real . . . the blues': Century Dictionary. In ''Robinson Crusoe,'' It is a manifestation of what was first called ''melancholia''; in President Lincoln's time, ''the hypo,'' and later ''depression.''

Ch 15.3 'Mr Gardiner found his youngest sister in her bedchamber in the throes of the vapours' This pic -The vapours ''a disease of nervous disability in which strange images seem to float hazily before the eyes, or appear as if real . . . the blues': Century Dictionary. In ''Robinson Crusoe,'' It is a manifestation of what was first called ''melancholia''; in President Lincoln's time, ''the hypo,'' and later ''depression.''

A giant leap for womankind: In the 1960s, while Nasa's astronauts performed heroics in space, back on earth their wives also became celebrities

A giant leap for womankind: In the 1960s, while Nasa's astronauts performed heroics in space, back on earth their wives also became celebrities

Hysteria - Google Search

Hysteria - Google Search

Caligula. Tercer emperador romano. Perdio la razon por constantes crisis epilepticas, y una mas que probable meningitis que lo convirtio en poco tiempo en un "monstruo" segun Suetonio.

Caligula. Tercer emperador romano. Perdio la razon por constantes crisis epilepticas, y una mas que probable meningitis que lo convirtio en poco tiempo en un "monstruo" segun Suetonio.

The curious case of the feminist fainting couch | vulgar morality

The curious case of the feminist fainting couch

The curious case of the feminist fainting couch | vulgar morality

In Greek mythology Medusa ("guardian, protectress") was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as having the face of a hideous human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Description from pixgood.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

In Greek mythology Medusa ("guardian, protectress") was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as having the face of a hideous human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Description from pixgood.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

There are many terms in use today that can be considered insulting which are being weeded out of day to day conversation as political correctness becomes more and more so the norm. The more obvious...

There are many terms in use today that can be considered insulting which are being weeded out of day to day conversation as political correctness becomes more and more so the norm. The more obvious...

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