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It resulted in a hypnotic, off-kilter lull, Marx says, almost like the electricity flowing through Danielle’s veins.
Nonetheless, it exists as the album’s beating heart, her voice delicate and filigreed, turning the syllables of the character’s name into a hypnotic incantation.
This hypnotic and deeply cerebral exploration is a seductive escape.
"Please don't try the old hypnotic fakir tricks upon me, Baroudi," she added, pushing up the cushions against the rock behind her.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
She had read in books of the mysteries of hypnotic suggestion, but she was far too practical to believe in that.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
In the medical circles throughout the country a good deal of interest and even enthusiasm over this new hypnotic is noticeable.
It is the sodium salt of the more or less favorably known hypnotic, Veronal (diethyl-barbituric acid).
Pas-Avena is a widely advertised nerve sedative and hypnotic.
He determined to pretend that he was succumbing to the hypnotic spell.
As far as children are concerned, it is masturbation, in especial, for the prevention of which hypnotic suggestion has been tried.

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