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Mutual assured destruction or mutually assured destruction (MAD) is a doctrine of military strategy and national security policy in which a full-scale use of ...

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MAD or Mad may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Organizations; 2 Media and entertainment. 2.1 Print; 2.2 Television and video; 2.3 Music. 2.3.1 Bands; 2.3.2 Songs.

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MAD. Issues; Subscribe; Give a Gift; Customer Service; FAQ; Shop; TV ... Sites. DC · Vertigo Comics · MAD Magazine · DC Kids · DC Entertainment ...

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before 900; Middle English mad (adj.), madden (intransitive v., derivative of the adj.); Old English gemǣd(e)d, past participle of *gemǣdan to make mad, akin to ...

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Define mad: arising from, indicative of, or marked by mental disorder —not used technically — mad in a sentence.

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While within the United States and Canada, the word mad does generally imply anger rather than insanity, such usage is still considered informal. Furthermore ...