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n. one who posses a "sixth sense," a special gift of mind reading, or any mysterious abilities or powers
adj. - phenomena or qualities that cannot be explained in purely physical terms
disorder where mental or emotional disturbance (within the psyche), especially the unconscious, causes bodily symptoms and perceives pain that is not really there (i.e. a person who fears going to a meeting will suddenly develop a cold or backache and not be able to make it to the meeting. The cold and backache are real, but it is his unconscious that made him susceptible to the cold germs and backache, rather than natural causes)
the technique of deeply probing into the unconscious to analyze psychic phenomena and treating emotional disorders, developed by Sigmund Freud (the treatment often involves treatment sessions during which the patient is encouraged to talk freely about personal experiences and especially about early childhood and dreams)
the treatment for psychogenic or psychosomatic disorders, or for any personality disturbances
an expert at the eyes (the optician doesn't examine patients instead fills prescriptions according to optometrist or ophthalmologist, grinds lenses to specifications, etc.)
to puncture an "eye" or hole in your skin, through which serum is injected to protect against disease
a system of medical practice based on a theory that disease are due to internal malfunctions and can be treated by therapy, such as use of medicine or surgery (used to be a disease caused by pressure of the bones on blood vessels and nerves)
strange water mammal in Australia with a duck's bill, webbed feet, and a beaver-like tail that reproduces by laying eggs; roots mean "flat foot"
one who specializes in calligraphy - called upon to design and write announcements, place cards, etc., as a touch of elegance
written by light (the art or process of producing images on a sensitized surface (as a film) by the action of radiant energy and especially light)
sound writer (record player, turntable) (an instrument for reproducing sounds by the vibration of a stylus of needle following a spiral groove on a revolving disc or cylinder)
distance writer (an instrument for distance communication by coded signals ; esp. electric transmission signals over wire)
palm reading (art or practice of reading a person's character or future from the lines on the hand)
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