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palmistry

the process or art of interpreting character, telling fortunes, etc., by the configuration of lines, marks, and bumps on a person's hand
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IAEve forgotten every detail of whatever the blind palmist told me, but I do C remember trying to eavesdrop when my friend went inside the cabin after I was through.
Maurice, who works as a clairvoyant and palmist in the city's Cannon Street, claims by refusing his cash the bank may cause him to incur a fine by making his credit card payment late.
president-elect Barack Obama is thoughtful and loving but may have a chip on his shoulder, according to a palmist.
My mother was a palmist in the Queen's Market and we came over here from the Isle of Man.
The show, which opens on the Lawrence Batley Theatre's main stage on Tuesday (April 24), sees the dashing Lord Arthur Saville, who has been told by a palmist that he will commit murder, trying to get the dastardly deed done before his marriage.
My grandmother was Eva Petulen-gro, the Romany gypsy, who established her name as the palmist and clairvoyant on Brighton Pier.
Not surprising since her grandmother is Eva Petulengro, the Romany gypsy, who established her name as the palmist and clairvoyant on Brighton Pier.
A palmist has told him that he will commit a murder in his lifetime.
And neither, to my mind, does Russ Abbott as Septimus Podgers, the palmist and clairvoyant fashionable in the upper class drawing rooms of Belgrave Square.
A gaggle of well-to-do ladies who had been parading through Sefton Park are depicted in the work of art, and they are taking turns to have their palms read by one Mary Strang, a Hungarian-born palmist and fortune teller with long black hair and swarthy, olive-coloured skin.
We used palmist Frank Clifford's book Palm Reading to analyse Nicole's hands.
She established her name reading for royalty and was the palmist and clairvoyant on Brighton Pier.