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    1. Astral Projection: I induce my astral body to get out, in the darkness of my bedroom

    2. Additionally, these activities can induce a sense of fear which may bring

    3. stimulation is a clever way to induce current without

    4. information? And, more importantly, what would induce my brother

    5. This was all done under the helmet in some kind of hallucination they are able to induce in silicon crystals with electricity, but this seemed to be the closest these aliens can come to interacting with humans

    6. could induce more horror in a human, I hadn’t heard it – “tell me,

    7. None of them could induce her to go to bed

    8. By being extremely clever, at times, she would induce a boy to accompany her into her quarters at the rear of the store, whereupon she would reveal one of her tits to him, or do some other such startling thing in order to get him aroused sexually

    9. He never wore underwear, though she had tried on several occasions to induce him to at least wear briefs, without success

    10. She loved to play this little game but it was seldom she could induce him to do this particular thing to her

    11. To attempt to terrify them, serves only to irritate their bad humour, and to confirm them in an opposition, which more gentle usage, perhaps, might easily induce them either to soften, or to lay aside altogether

    12. Danton had already experienced a taste of the agony this tiny subdermal device could induce

    13. Extreme pain can induce hallucinations; this was simply some way of coping with something so intolerable

    14. Chamomile may also induce uterine contractions and foetal growth problems so should be avoided during pregnancy

    15. upstairs in the dark with Minna, vainly trying to induce the excited

    16. With her body still steaming, she’d sprawl on her wide bed and allow the slowly rotating ceiling fan to hypnotically induce first dreams, then sleep

    17. There followed hours of first pleading, then threatening, any approach which might induce her to provide cash for “just two stones

    18. This will induce them to strive for His Grace and follow the path

    19. induce in them a faith in God and build it into loving relationship and

    20. These current archaic models induce the concentration of the wealth and it generates the financial prison, which always protects the interest of the profit, without solving the social problem of all

    21. It has never seemed truer to me than now, watching Dauntless traitors induce a sleeping simulation that is not so different from the one that forced them to kill members of Abnegation not a month ago

    22. “The simulations stimulate the amygdala, which is responsible for processing fear, induce a hallucination based on that fear, and then transmit the data to a computer to be processed and observed

    23. " Rosemary did not condescend to tell him that nothing would ever induce her to live in his house

    24. It is perfect to induce drivers into rapid

    25. successfully induce beliefs, then a correspondence theory of belief acquisition will be believed

    26. He imagines crimson and black, colours to induce terror

    27. The women in the study were given a medication to induce a

    28. induce her will to leave

    29. The women in the study were given a medication to induce a temporary artificial menopause by halting

    30. studies mainly categorize two factors which induce the trend of migration

    31. These in turn induce other cur-

    32. Persinger, scientists are able to induce all the sensations of eating an apple pie in the

    33. These in turn induce other currents that circle around the field, so that

    34. your head, but the drone of the drier can also induce a

    35. cells to induce biochemical activities – in this case to generate the relevant

    36. induce the rates of vibrations in higher energy bodies to be increasingly

    37. (again) who would induce me to come along

    38. without me trying to induce it via learned practices

    39. The subliminal flickering of the strips could induce headaches in those susceptible to the effects of this kind of lighting

    40. 3 Mary did her best to induce him to enlist, but she could not budge him

    41. A number of molecular genetics studies have focused on manipulating candidate aggression genes in mice and other animals to induce effects that can be possibly applied to humans

    42. Several times afterward the young man sought to induce Jesus further to express himself in regard to the relations of the sexes

    43. Coming to grips with her qualms in time, she developed the knack to induce beauties to keep Global’s supply lines fresh and spicy to cater to the high and mighty

    44. “Why deny him of what is his by right and thereby induce in him a sense of deprivation? What if he covets wealth later with a vengeance? Won’t history repeat itself?”

    45. Serious situations would arise every few days, but Andrew, with the assistance of his apostolic associates, managed to induce the contending parties to come to some sort of agreement, at least temporarily

    46. Should he dare to propose to her as a way out, would she hesitate to repudiate, never mind her gratitude for his father? But, that way, wouldn’t his fear of rejection stop him in his tracks forever? After all, why should any girl like her ever consent to become his wife? Why, she would surely be averse to the idea itself! Looks like she was enamored of him, but was that enough to induce her to wed him? Couldn’t she picture the perils as his wife? Why not, given her high IQ? So it seemed to him that the choice for him boiled down to the rock and the hard surface

    47. Jesus has taught us that God lives in man; then how can we induce man to release these soul-bound powers of divinity and infinity? How shall we induce men to let go of God that he may spring forth to the refreshment of our own souls while in transit outward and then to serve the purpose of enlightening, uplifting, and blessing countless other souls? How best can I awaken these latent powers for good which lie dormant in your souls? One thing I am sure of: Emotional excitement is not the ideal spiritual stimulus

    48. There was just enough ceremony about the transaction to induce him to act

    49. The more it inhabits the body, the more it may induce the

    50. Long had the Master taught his followers to pray: "Your kingdom come; your will be done"; and at this time he earnestly sought to induce them to abandon the use of the term kingdom of God in favor of the more practical equivalent, the will of God

    1. being induced to enjoy the miracle of marketing

    2. No amount of money could have induced him to carry this out for idle curiosity or vanity

    3. “Evaristo!” Sun Ni Lee shouted and jerked awake from another short nap induced by fatigue, stress and the long flight

    4. In the first ambulance the paramedic is working as quickly as he can given the constant subtle shifts of weight and force induced by the vehicle's furious pace as it crosses the narrow stretch of land between the Taw and Torridge estuaries

    5. The rest of the body attached to the head appears, followed immediately by another body, of medium height and build, heading for that middle aged paunch induced by a liking for pubs and real ales

    6. Her head is suddenly very clear and her tongue has lost the rough edge induced by the brandy

    7. She knows who Jock is, she understands his hinterland and his history, and has lived with him through the inevitable darkness induced by his business interests

    8. induced the theory, but inversely, the theory invoked

    9. persistence of the idea induced in reader’s mind, the

    10. Leninism induced by the Soviets, and in no

    11. The protection of the magistrate renders the slave less contemptible in the eyes of his master, who is thereby induced to consider him with more regard, and to treat him with more gentleness

    12. Our colonies, unless they can be induced to consent to a union, are very likely to defend themselves, against the best of all mother countries, as obstinately as the city of Paris did against one of the best of kings

    13. Perhaps some biochemically induced belief; and only if they fell apart would he see her in her true light

    14. It induced a state of shocking retrieval of her past – memories she’d wished she had buried for good: those selfish, inconsiderate acts

    15. In the following book, therefore, I shall endeavour to explain, first, what are the necessary expenses of the sovereign or commonwealth; and which of those expenses ought to be defrayed by the general contribution of the whole society ; and which of them, by that of some particular part ouly, or of some particular members of the society: secondly, what are the different methods in which the whole society may be made to contribute towards defraying the expenses incumbent on the whole society ; and what are the principal advantages and inconveniencies of each of those methods : and thirdly, what are the reasons and causes which have induced almost all modern governments to mortgage some part of this revenue, or to contract debts; and what have been the effects of those debts upon the real wealth, the annual produce of the land and labour of the society

    16. ’ Scott’s voice still slurred, and the drug- induced sleepiness was making this all seem a bit unreal

    17. But except in what related to military exercises, the state seems to have been at no pains to form those great abilities; for I cannot be induced to believe that the musical education of the Greeks could be of much consequence in forming them

    18. We settled down in the barn and we had just time to shrug our equipment off when every one of us fell down in a fatigue induced sleep

    19. burrows out of their tobacco induced slumber, do as you wish

    20. Soon after the greater part of the temporary taxes of Great Britain had been rendered perpetual, and distributed into the aggregate, South-sea, and general funds, the creditors of the public, like those of private persons, were induced to accept of five per cent

    21. In 1719, the proprietors of the annuities for thirty-two years were induced to accept, in lieu of them, South-sea stock to the amount of eleven and a-half years purchase of the annuities, together with an additional quantity of stock, equal to the arrears which happened then to be due upon them

    22. “No he will be just fine and who knows he might even get lucky”, but I heard no more as I fell into a deep ale induced sleep

    23. In order to satisfy the people, the rich and the great were, upon several different occasions, obliged to consent to laws, both for abolishing debts, and for introducing new tables; and they probably were induced to consent to this law, partly for the same reason, and partly that, by liberating the public revenue, they might restore vigour to that government, of which they themselves had the principal direction

    24. Perhaps he’d just hadn’t heard, in his alcohol induced sleep

    25. In standard TIAR the visual cortex would simply represent something induced from a memory and tempered by imagination; a simple conversion

    26. The dullness induced by the sedative washed over him

    27. Inside TIAR the climate was always moderate, the only extreme weather occurred towards the end seemingly to indicate the disintegration of the induced normality

    28. Gerrid checked for a pulse, but the man had died: the massive dose of neural stimulant coupled with the sudden release from TIAR was inevitably fatal; yet for someone who lived for dangerous missions, staying in his mentally induced prison cell (an override program the Darangi had created for captives) was never an option

    29. With the majority of Earth's population in the capturing embrace of an artificially induced existence underground – oblivious to the world above – the way had been made clear for the Darangi colony

    30. Something in the little dog's eye, or his action, had induced the rich

    31. The facial makeup Herminia had induced her to buy stank to high heaven, but it covered the strange yellow and purple tones and that was good enough for Truman; besides, she would keep her distance

    32. He wondered, noticing the fresh scratches crossing the swell of her bosom, if the remarks he’d made to Brian Walston when he’d questioned him in the prison yard might have induced him to think that she may have made some kind of deal behind his back with his investigators

    33. In addition to those 15,000 direct jobs, the industry has an "induced employment" effect, which helps create and sustain an additional 153,000 jobs

    34. ” Listening to Bhajans at times induced such

    35. Mary had said if he could only be induced to return to the church all would be well

    36. This view promotes the concept that if one’s funeral is conducted from a church, there is some form of “holiness” induced into the event

    37. sometimes felt, didn't understand what was in the induction to the meaning, not to be induced

    38. I was going to be induced

    39. Yet the fact was half his misery had been induced by her and the other half at having the apperance of this creature named George

    40. He finished up by telling me he would be going on campaign in two years and wondered if there was any way I could be induced to go along

    41. 13 Onias the high priest, induced by these words, although for other reasons anxious that king Seleucus should not

    42. duality is an illusion induced by the imperfection of the psyche

    43. Indeed, traumatically induced OBEs may share the closest approximations to the NDE

    44. induced samadhis, caused by repetition of a formula or a chain

    45. For, if it is an induced state, I shall have nothing to do with it

    46. below, and is used as a common example by naysayers as to why the few hypnotically induced

    47. That induced “bercianos” their duty to fulfill

    48. Burkett told me my correct diagnosis was "seizure induced psychosis" and

    49. diagnosis would be "seizure induced psychosis" and "medication induced

    50. In addition to the panic induced by knowledge that I would soon be out of work, I had just ordered two suits from a haberdashery next door to the tower in which I worked

    1. It would be intoxicating if it weren't for the visceral fear of mutilation and death it induces

    2. “there is something in trusting God, that induces God to make the

    3. induces the idea the access of middle class

    4. Chaos is the element that generally induces stress

    5. Do not give to mares in foal (induces contractions) because it is oxytocic and do not use when gastric ulcers are present

    6. Later experimentation proved that adding thyroid extracts to the water induces or hastens metamorphosis of tank-kept Mexican salamanders

    7. “The transmitter and the liquid that induces the simulation

    8. ” This induces a social climate that facilitates the triumph of raw will over ordered reason

    9. Last, online editor of The Weekly Standard, sees Hibbs’ book as expressing a realization that rampant nihilism induces the “flattening of man,” a

    10. The present Civil War induces Americans toward the same glowing image, a fresh icon of perfection ornamented in a more chic and alluring design

    11. M: His own being affects his mind and induces a response

    12. Therefore, the reasons for migration can be articulated with the issue that induces

    13. Moreover, claims that Capitalism induces companies into “gouging” are also inaccurate because unrestrained market forces remedy “gouging

    14. of video induces trust between you and the viewer, because it makes you more

    15. top and bottom of the ovoid in the enlarged magma ovoid This induces

    16. On the Internet, viral marketing is any marketing technique that induces websites or users to pass on a marketing message to other sites or users, creating a potentially exponential growth in the message's visibility and effect

    17. induces fear of Him is absolutely disastrous, and precludes all hope of real progress; it shuts a man up in the darkest of dungeons instead of leading him

    18. Injected into a vein it induces a mental state similar to acute alcoholism within 60 seconds," explained the German enthusiastically, his eyes gleaming with pride

    19. The views that Li Hongzhi induces practitioners to despise and to be

    20. Sin is an imagined state that induces guilt

    21. “All good things have this day been made lawful to you”: that is what is good for your spirit as God previously clarified, that is; Before revealing the Godly Statute concerning “hunt and slaughter”, people were used to eat what they hunt without pronouncing the Name of Al’lah which induces spiritual and physical harm

    22. kind that induces migraine and seemed to be sucked into the grey abyss of the

    23. you put it on it slowly induces its healing

    24. he induces a meditative state

    25. Repeated exposure to a branding message induces involuntary associations in the mind

    26. This short-chain fat y acid also induces

    27. The white magician reaches towards a state of mind in which nothing is important, whereas the black magician induces a state of mind in which one’s lower self is the most important thing in the universe

    28. It induces great concentration of mind

    29. While he reached his flat with that reflection, once he hit the pillow, Sandhya reoccupied his mind, ‘Surely there’s something in her that induces a serene desire that’s conducive to peaceable love life

    30. The pressure in the nozzles induces torque in the rotor [14]

    31. A factor that induces bodily or mental tension

    32. The dragon induces you in “pyramid shape” meditations; shaking meditation and iconic sights and urges you to have chats with psychics

    33. The colors and art induces desire

    34. as substance P, the compound that induces pain, is depleted

    35. ” This induces a feeling of inferiority in them

    36. Viral marketing works best when it induces websites or visitors to

    37. A variety of dishes overworks the stomach, induces capricious appetite and

    38. Barnes that induces in me a strange submissiveness, a strange acceptance of her ordering of our days, I am for the first time, not only in my own house, but in any house that I can remember where I have stayed, being entertained

    39. A spiritually fruitful person induces cohesion with one another by welcoming the spirit of love to bring acceptance, belonging, and intimacy through tolerance of varying lifestyles

    40. The birth of the child induces the spirit of goodwill within our words and deeds

    41. It is this hormone that, at the very beginning of a safely established “love affair”, induces the man’s sensations of elation, unexpected easiness, and the impetus to flirt

    42. but includes any kind of substance that induces the aforementioned states

    43. During its inertial “unpacking” from TEC, this VVU-Information (UU-VVU-Forms) rezonationally induces, in certain parts of the VVU-Configurations of Formo-Creators and UU-VVU-copies, specific dynamics of the Creative Activity that is transformed in biological Forms into biochemical and psychomechanical reactions that simultaneously provide VVU-Configurations of these Formo-Creators and Formo-copies with a new Experience (new frequency), which is the main reason of their inertial refocusings into the next (among already existing ones in this skrruullerrt system!) VVU-Configuration of a slightly higher quality

    44. therapeutic program, the method induces a feeling of well being which, on the event that

    45. induces the women body into the menopause state that help to stop the

    46. It induces a false sense of elation, it encourages a false sense of values, and it produces a false view of the world and of yourself

    47. Practice of Mantra induces that specific environment within you that is very essential for the seed of God to be sprouted in you

    48. The habitual, even moderate, use of alcohol (not even to the point of intoxication) induces

    49. The result of his experiment had answered all the expectations of his policy; for the Hurons were in no degree exempt from that governing principle of nature, which induces man to value his gifts precisely in the degree that they are appreciated by others

    50. "What you have just said induces me to hope that you intend breakfasting with me

    1. In other research, sulforaphane from Kale has been shown to have a more direct effect on cancer prevention, especially in colon cancer, inducing cancer cells to destroy themselves

    2. The cancer-protective compounds in kale have thus been the subject of intense research, particularly their role in blocking the growth of cancer cells and inducing cancer cell death (apoptosis)

    3. Still, it was possible the extreme forces were inducing hallucinations

    4. Stimulant chemicals to replace the relaxants; short busts of high intensity electric shocks was normally the final attempt at resuscitation, but they tried as a desperate measure the method of inducing high frequency pulses directly into the limbic region in order to stimulate chemical uptake throughout the entire brain

    5. Maso's project of inducing restricted immigration from the Canary Islands and northern Spain will solve the latter difficulty, if placed into effect; and to the former, while America financiers may still be cautious, English capitalists are winning contracts, obtaining options and making effective arrangements for aggressive investment

    6. What would be an example of “negative feeling inducing questions”?

    7. Instead, ask yourself “positive feeling inducing questions”

    8. What would be an example of “positive feeling inducing questions”?

    9. “Oxytocin, best known for inducing labor and lactation in women, also operates in the brain (of both sexes)

    10. The acceptance and warmth I lavished on these special people went a long way in inducing them to lower their protective barriers

    11. Bob’s hairs stood up on the back of his neck as he took in the sheer enormity of the shape as it sidled up to him in the most fear inducing and horrifically menacing way

    12. Inducing the chemical changes in the cells of a genius—one whose soul is pure of mortal sin

    13. At work, Brandi sparkled with high spirits, full of cryptic hints as to her social life, deliberately inducing questions to which she refused to give a straight answer

    14. Last night’s Research was the most arduous, fear inducing,

    15. Gautam lost no time in inducing the Surveyor to shop around a little at Connaught Circus

    16. In that he saw a literary conspiracy — inducing Indian writers in English into churning out self-deprecating stuff to cater to the prejudices of the Western readers

    17. With their fathers’ ill-gotten wealth, he reasoned, these youth pandered to their egos by inducing the have-nots to be their hangers on

    18. At that, she made it square inducing tears of oneness in their eyes

    19. 2 That night, in Jericho, the unfriendly Pharisees sought to entrap the Master by inducing him to discuss marriage and divorce, as did their fellows one time in Galilee, but Jesus artfully avoided their efforts to bring him into conflict with their laws concerning divorce

    20. Devotion, to the Pharisee, was a means of inducing self-righteous inactivity and the assurance of false spiritual security; devotion, to the publican, was a means of stirring up his soul to the realization of the need for repentance, confession, and the acceptance, by faith, of merciful forgiveness

    21. Its exotic perfume pervaded her being, inducing a delicious, sensuous languor that was something more and less than sleep

    22. Relaxing a notch the big man followed the sign with his innate sense inducing caution

    23. a section on "inducing dreams"

    24. toes of pigeons and inducing them to use their vision to peck at

    25. 3 Inducing Need to Move Away From Current Reality

    26. coachee by inducing the feeling of validation, support,

    27. set up self-organizing testing, inducing states that support this

    28. Questions) and using induction skills (see Inducing States) to set

    29. (see Inducing States), exploring or inquiring about activities that

    30. “You do not have to shout, Joey,” Lezura said, her tone lightened when she said; “I can produce a sleep inducing chemical from a gland beneath my tongue

    31. it was true! Cynthia was inducing a series of dry-heaving and

    32. He’s still talking about inducing labour

    33. was inducing herself to dry heave and vomit

    34. Even cats know that inducing a dry heaving spell, and

    35. now past, and yet, still remaining with the intention of inducing a

    36. into the screen of my imagination, inducing me with a new vigor

    37. inducing the blessed superlative to eventually submit

    38. Adopting a slow walk, Ingrid concentrated on the driver, mentally inducing a blood clot in his head and killing him without the passenger noticing anything, being busy watching Ingrid approach

    39. created more risk by inducing massive movements of capital into and out of certain sectors

    40. name, got a new identity and spent the next ten years inducing pain and misery

    41. Having a sudden idea at the sight of the over one hundred young children playing in the vast playground of the market square, Guimond passed on purpose next to it while inducing his two puppies to bark

    42. Very quietly kneeling besides the Taliban, Parmat then started cautiously a telepathic introspection of the young man’s mind, basically inducing him to dream about why he came to Quetta

    43. Paranoia was inducing by the minute and I once

    44. the only way they knew how! By inducing my schizo affective disorder with

    45. I was noticing a lot of things in life and it was inducing a heavy paranoia

    46. Respect without inducing fear

    47. So, was he ’over it‘? His wedding day, Kearney’s words brought it all back; it was as though he had bitten into one of Proust’s Madeleines that had the power of inducing instant recall

    48. Whenever the boat was rocked in motion, she laced him in confusion, inducing him to cuddle her for her comfort

    49. Thy sauntered in the paddy fields and roamed about the mango groves until Sandhya became sore footed to go any farther, and ignoring her coy protests, he carried her in his arms, inducing her to cling on to him comfortably

    50. ‘What’s this tragedy?’ sobbed Sandhya, inducing a flood of tears from Roopa’s eyes

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