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hip nuh tahyzd

  • v  induce hypnosis in
  • s  having your attention fixated as though by a spell

  • Minutes later, thoroughly hypnotized, Thomas was rolled into the operating room.
  • No one can be hypnotized against his will.
  • To which Jinnah retorted, "You have hypnotized the Hindus.

  • Maggie Gyllenhaal in FOXNews
    I have no idea how I did it when I look at it now. It was almost like I was hypnotized when I was doing it,Gyllenhaal said. "I didn't actually feel horrible until after I finished shooting it, and then I felt awful. But while I was...
  • Ron Wilson in ESPN
    They weren't playing an aggressive, physical game, and we kind of got lulled into playing their game,Wilson said Saturday. "You can get lulled to sleep in a game -- you know, waving the watch, getting hypnotized, and the next thing you...
  • Robert Samuelson in AFP
    In an article headlined "The Obama Delusion," Washington Post columnist Robert Samuelson said the senator "seems to have hypnotized much of the media and the public with his eloquence and the symbolism of his life story." "The result...

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