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  • n  the ability (said of certain Roman Catholic saints) to exist simultaneously in two locations

  • According to one of the many websites devoted to him, Pio possessed the powers of bilocation, prophecy, reading souls and healing the sick.
  • If all the rumors inspired by Giscard's style naturel were true, he would have a capacity for bilocation and legerdemain that might more accurately be dubbed "le style surnaturel.
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  • Milwaukee's Moon Curse inks deal to reissue debut
    Milwaukee trio Moon Curse has signed a deal with Bilocation Records/Kozmik Artifactz to reissue the band's 2012 debut next year. The self-titled album, which has already had two pressings, will be issued on 180-gram vinyl, sleeved in a gatefold jacket and will be hand-numbered and limited.
    Nov. 21, 2013 - OnMilwaukee.com

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