placebo

[ pluh-see-boh for 1; plah-chey-boh for 2 ]SEE DEFINITION OF placebo
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We'll call this the placebo criticism and will come back to it, too, in a moment.

The dirage was concluded, and vespers for the dead were now commencing with the "Placebo Domino."

The placebo effect has become increasingly interesting to psychological as well as medical researchers.

This is a last phase of the metaphysical polity, and is only a kind of placebo.

It is a milder form of this same method to give what the learned faculty term a placebo.

We are interested in what makes the placebo act as effectively as the true medication.

With him Placebo justifies his assentation on the ground that lords are better informed than their inferiors.

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