- r from a psychic point of view
he was psychically blind
- This psychically fraught setup, and the question of whether or not the older man truly is dead, drive the fleet-footed, high-spirited plot of Exit Wounds, which is laid out in .
- For every solder killed or physically wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan, some 10 others come home psychically scarred.
- Plausible, perhaps, but there are lots of folks who are monomaniacal in other "trivial" spheres and who come out psychically intact.
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- The Haunting of Hill HouseFinal Weekend
The Haunting of Hill House is a suspenseful story, adapted by F. Andrew Leslie, and based on the 1959 novel by Shirley Jackson. Led by Dr. Montague, “psychically receptive” people come together at the evil Hill House mansion in hopes of learning about...
Oct. 29, 2013 - The Cleveland Plain Dealer
- Foroohar: Obamacare Can Learn From Britain
Health care in the U.K. is psychically seamless
Oct. 28, 2013 - Time Magazine
- Alex Gibney in PopMatters
Johnny had gone and lived with him in his house, and shadowed him when he was preparing to play Hunter in the 'Fear and Loathing' film,says Gibney. "He really was, and still is, psychically connected to him."
- William Kentridge in Vero Beach Press-Journal (subscription)
The studio is an enclosed space, not just physically but also psychically, like an enlarged head,Kentridge said. "The pacing in the studio is the equivalent of ideas spinning around in one's head."
- David Hicks in The Age
His condition is not really good,Mr Hicks said of his son. "Physically he's got a bad back, he's got trouble with his ankles, trouble with his neck and his eyesight. He needs to be looked after psychically as well as psychologically."