Dizzy may refer to:
- Dizziness, the state of being off balance
Other articles related to "dizzy":
... Old pals Jake Lee, Tex Clarke and Dizzy Davis flew together in the Army (see the Aviation Section, U.S ... Tex works as an airmail pilot and Dizzy, also still flying planes, is seeking employment with his friends ... Prior to his hot-shot arrival (Dizzy does a few tricks in the air before landing), a New York associate warns Jake about Dizzy, calling him unreliable and troublesome ...
... Spellbound Dizzy is an adventure video game, featuring the character Dizzy, released in December 1990 by Codemasters ... The game is the fifth in the Dizzy series, excluding arcade spinoffs such as Kwik Snax and boasted the largest map of any Dizzy game yet at the time of release, having more than 100 ... The gameplay is also complicated by the fact that Dizzy loses health when falling from heights (the feature was removed from subsequent games) ...
... Dizzy Devil (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) is a young, purple male Tasmanian Devil with a yellow beanie, as well as one pink eye and one green eye ... Like Taz, Dizzy spins around in circles and eats constantly also like Taz, his speech is generally monosyllabic or composed of random noises ... Dizzy is also adored and sometimes accompanied by a trio of young ladies, who often make the other guys, even Montana Max, go crazy ...
... Bennett In Person! (Columbia, 1958) With Dizzy Gillespie World Statesman (Norgran, 1956) Dizzy in Greece (Verve, 1957) Birks' Works (Verve, 1957) Dizzy Gillespie at Newport (Verve, 1957) With Milt Jackson Meet Milt ...
Famous quotes containing the word dizzy:
“Today, almost forty years later, I grow dizzy when I recall that the number of manufactured tanks seems to have been more important to me than the vanished victims of racism.”
—Albert Speer (19051981)
“Surely among a rich mans flowering lawns,
Amid the rustle of his planted hills,
Life overflows without ambitious pains;
And rains down life until the basin spills,
And mounts more dizzy high the more it rains
As though to choose whatever shape it wills....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Education has become a prisoner of contemporaneity. It is the past, not the dizzy present, that is the best door to the future.”
—Camille Paglia (b. 1947)