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hypnotize

[′hip·nə‚tīz]
(psychology)
To induce a state of hypnosis.
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Witness hypnosis demonstrations, be hypnotized and actually hypnotize someone.
The trainer added that Hypnotize would run next in the Group Three Prestige Stakes at Goodwood's meeting over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Hypnotize Builds On Chart-Topping Success Of Mezmerize As System Of A Down Becomes First Band Ever To Score Two #1 New Studio Album Debuts In A Single Calendar Year
My Hansel had not come to herself when finishing last in the Musidora Stakes at York in May, but she redeemed her reputation in a mile conditions event at Newcastle in June, making all to beat Hypnotize.
HYPNOTIZE can take control of her rivals when stepping back into action in the Group Three Prestige Stakes at Goodwood next Saturday.
At home, players can unlock mystical recipes for spells from the family spellbook and use their magic to transform everyday objects into helpful minions, hypnotize friends or turn a neighbor into a frog.
Whereas I only hypnotize people 14 and older in this show, many people bring children as young as 5 years old, and they enjoy the show from the audience, and enjoy it just as much as everyone else," he wrote.
17 /PRNewswire/ -- System of a Down will unleash Hypnotize on November 22 with two very special events in New York City: an in-store appearance at the Virgin Megastore in Times Square and a headlining date at Webster Hall that night for MTV2's $2 Bill Concert Series.
The second suggestion is the filly My Hansel beat at Newcastle last time, namely Sir Michael Stoute's Hypnotize.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- Six months after System of a Down's Mezmerize debuted at number one on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart, the uncompromising and outspoken quartet returns with Hypnotize, part two of a promised two-album set.
Hypnotize can cast a spell on the opposition in the Group 3 The Link Prestige Stakes (3.
In Eat Fat, Cornell University French professor Richard Klein, a self-described "fat layman," believes he can overturn medical wisdom and hypnotize people into wanting to be fat.