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- n. an E-meter
Haggis was spending much of his time and money taking advanced courses and being audited, which involved the use of an electropsychometer, or E-Meter.
The suit was brought by two plaintiffs, who testified that the Church — which is classified as a sect in France — and its members defrauded them through the use of a so-called electropsychometer, or E-Meter, that allegedly measures spiritual well-being, Religion News Blog has learned.
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