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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The school or theory in psychology holding that psychological, physiological, and behavioral phenomena are irreducible experiential configurations not derivable from a simple summation of perceptual elements such as sensation and response.

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Examples

  • It kinda reminds me of that scene from "one Crazy Summer" where Ack Ack's dad is lecturing CAP-esque cadre of youths:

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • (As the awesome vid in Ack's post this morning reminded me, he also starred with them in a stirring short called Thrush Hermit vs. The Drunken Master).

    Herohill

  • Ack's review of Norma MacDonald's new record The Forest For The Trees, the hill is fond of this new (to us) Halifax singer-songwriter.

    Herohill

  • There's a number of things we hang Ack's fancy hat on here at the hill, but none are taken more seriously than our ongoing attempt to shine whatever little bit of cyber-light we have on the fertile music scene here in Halifax.

    Herohill

  • Haterz is opposite in mood to the diss-fest brought on the song by Dan & Marvel, but it does include a line that shall bring a smile to the Ack's face: "I hate that Master-T ain't on Much Music no more".

    Herohill

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