Vicious Cycle

Vicious Cycle may refer to:

  • Vicious Cycle (album), a 2003 album by Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • Vicious Cycle Software, a video game development company
  • Virtuous circle and vicious circle, or vicious cycle, a complex of events that reinforces itself through a feedback loop

Other articles related to "vicious cycle, cycle":

Dead Head Fred - Development - Noir Setting
... Vicious Cycle went back to the drawing board and produced a new concept that they felt was darker and better suited to an older audience ... Vicious Cycle presented the new project to Sony, who promptly approved the game for the PSP, despite it not having secured a publisher ... Vicious Cycle then submitted the concept to art company Massive Black Studios to develop initial character sketches ...
Terri Blackstock
... Her most recent books are Double Minds, Intervention, Predator and Vicious Cycle ... teen drug abuse—includes Intervention which was published in 2009 and Vicious Cycle which was published in 2011 ... Intervention and Vicious Cycle both made their way onto the New York Times Bestseller list ...
Saṃsāra (Buddhism) - Contemporary Glosses
... teachers and scholars Brief expression Description Source Cycle of rebirths The beginningless and endless cycle of rebirths throughout the six realms the confused state ... Cyclic existence Cyclic existence the continual repetitive cycle of birth, death, and bardo that arises from ordinary beings' grasping and fixating ... Perseus, Kindle Locations 2286-2287 (from the glossary) Cycle of clinging The cycle of clinging and taking birth in one desire after another ...
Crash Diets and The Vicious Cycle
... A vicious cycle often exist for dieters who go on these crash diets ... or a new gain in confidence, thus resulting in the vicious cycle seen below ... Along with the vicious cycle that is seen, crash diets can have negative implications for one's health, especially if carried over the long term due to the ...

Famous quotes containing the words cycle and/or vicious:

    Only mediocrities progress. An artist revolves in a cycle of masterpieces, the first of which is no less perfect than the last.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    What makes this Generation of Vermin so very Prolifick, is the indefatigable Diligence with which they apply themselves to their Business. A Man does not undergo more watchings and fatigues in a Campaign, than in the Course of a vicious Amour. As it is said of some Men, that they make their Business their Pleasure, these Sons of Darkness may be said to make their Pleasure their Business. They might conquer their corrupt Inclinations with half the Pains they are at in gratifying them.
    Joseph Addison (1672–1719)