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mystical

1. relating to or characteristic of mysticism
2. Christianity having a divine or sacred significance that surpasses natural human apprehension
3. having occult or metaphysical significance, nature, or force
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Now, however, the device has clearly moved on from the day when an electric toothbrush was designed merely for people too lazy to jiggle the brush to and fro themselves, for the new Oral B version has different heads for brushing, polishing and gum-massaging, and a wall timer that mystically communicates with the brush to tell you how long you have been brushing your teeth and when it is time to move on to a different quadrant of your mouth.
The poised encounter with parallel gesturing of Mary and the angel, inscribed within a circular frame over bright yellow background elevates the event to a mystically synchronised link.
It's important for kids to understand that power is not something that is mystically there, simply at the flick of a switch or by pushing a pedal.
The repetition of Abraham's name when called by the angel--'Abraham, Abraham' (22:11)--bespeaks a dual dimension of revelation, spiritual and physical, represented mystically in the appearance of an angel.
The name came from an essay by Thomas Carlyle on the works of Goethe: "Of a truth, men are mystically united: a mystic bond of brotherhood makes all men one.
Avatars of that battle are mystically transformed into human form and transferred to a 'distant planet'.
Abbas and his government, heavily disconnected from their fellow citizens, are almost mystically absent from the negotiating process that will existentially define the future wellbeing of the Palestinian people.
It wasn't a burning bush, or a mystically moist tear trickling down the chiselled cheek of a saintly effigy in a local church.
But then he and his faithful sidekick sister, drummer Sara Romweber, plow through a set that takes vast stretches of pop music - standards (Victor Young's "Love Letters (Straight From Your Heart)," '40s cabaret (Marlene Deitrich's "Ruins of Berlin"), early British rock ("Picture of You"), Nashville Sound country (Tammy Wynette's "Still Around") - and, by filtering them all through a prism of primal rhythm and melody, mystically manages to connect them all.
The 1967 hippie scheme to mystically elevate the Pentagon off the ground no longer appears a humorous prank, and the Zen proverb that gave Marker's short film its title seems somewhat sinister today: "If the five sides of the pentagon appear impregnable, attack the sixth side.
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