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Because Woods was lucid, had no odor of alcohol and gave off no evidence of having used medication or narcotics, Gonzalez did not administer a field sobriety test or call in a drug-recognition expert to assess Woods, Villanueva said.
This quirk allows lucid dreamers to use eye movements to communicate with the outside world.
The writing is largely lucid and succinct, but repetitive in places.
This visualization exercise, similar to lucid dreaming — the act of dreaming consciously — can enable us to cope better with our concerns about death and inspire us about our futures.
I remember the feeling of relief when I came around the corner to see he was alive and lucid, followed by my dread when I realized he was in immense pain.
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If I selected lucid and simple extracts, they would give no idea of the intricacy and prolixity of Duns.
Again, he may have lucid intervals during which he is quite as capable of contracting as other persons.
Again an insane person may make a will provided this is done during a lucid interval.
This plan was developed by Mr. Goulburn, in a lucid and able speech, on the 8th of March.
A lucid, correct, harmonious, style—they have forgotten what it means—what virtue there is in it.

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