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1. The dictator was suffering from megalomania.
2. Early success may lead to megalomania.
3. He, too, considers MacArthur's megalomania.
4. Despite their evident megalomania, no coherent vision informed them.
5. The 1890s saw the triumph of megalomania as size took over and passengers and tracks increased in number.
6. But Mr Kim , for all his megalomania and paranoia , is a shrewd tactician.
7. Thaksinwas a self-serving megalomania whoboughthistwo previous electionsandlater stole an billions of THB from Thailand andtheThai people before being ousted.
8. Sometimes charming, he could also be egocentric to the point of megalomania.
9. Personally they are petty, self-indulgent and vengeful to a degree that suggests galloping megalomania.
10. From the time of Stalin, at least, modesty and megalomania have gone hand in hand.
11. If it can cure nothing else, it can cure man of megalomania.
12. His diabolic and rather complicated masterplan is, inevitably, fuelled by shards of that dreaded green kryptonite, while Parker Posey's moll makes delightfully dimwitted fun of his megalomania.
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13. Emperor of Rome (37-4) who succeeded his adoptive father, Tiberius. After a severe illness, he displayed the ruthlessness, extravagance, and megalomania that led to his assassination.
14. It was probably just a wild idea of Chao Po - tao's, reinforced by American bourgeois megalomania.