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hypnotize

[′hip·nə‚tīz]
(psychology)
To induce a state of hypnosis.
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The trainer added that Hypnotize would run next in the Group Three Prestige Stakes at Goodwood's meeting over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Witness hypnosis demonstrations, be hypnotized and actually hypnotize someone.
The selection is 9lb worse off with Hypnotize, but she has pleased Hanbury in the build-up to this race, and her free-running style could have her rivals toiling over this furlong-shorter trip.
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.
The second suggestion is the filly My Hansel beat at Newcastle last time, namely Sir Michael Stoute's Hypnotize.
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.
Hypnotize can cast a spell on the opposition in the Group 3 The Link Prestige Stakes (3.
In the test, an experimenter attempts to hypnotize a subject and then makes a number of suggestions, such as telling the subject his arm is "as stiff as an iron bar" and asking him to try to bend it.
Parker, who has hypnotized hundreds at a time, will hypnotize the audience and alleviate their pain.
HYPNOTIZE can provide Sir Michael Stoute with his fourth success in the Prestige Stakes (3.
A 3lb pull for a couple of necks gives her every chance of reversing the form with Hypnotize.