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In that and the public Zoom events that have followed, he’s identified a psychic exhaustion in health-care-industry audiences — and anger at having to justify attention to the pandemic.

Derrickson recalls one psychic asking the toy questions, then silently reflecting before recommending adoption.

Not merely was there no sign of irritation from peripheral sources, but also no one of the three was psychically normal.

Women have suffered more, psychically; because this way lay their nature and their human lot.

The whole man actually feels his way, physically and psychically, into the heart of the music.

The Joyful HeartRobert Haven Schauffler

How luminous and psychically electric is Lowells book compared with it.

Any special command you wish to convey to another person, psychically, you will do well to practice before the mirror in this way.

She is happy, and this is all the painter required of her psychically.

CorreggioEstelle M. Hurll

Germany is wholly alive, physically, intellectually and psychically.

England and GermanyEmile Joseph Dillon

Because you were constricted, physically, psychically, and emotionally.

This Crowded EarthRobert Bloch

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