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“Since déjà vu is French for “already seen,” that might seem like a contradiction in terms.”
“Firemen patrol by boat, marking the houses they have checked for survivors or victims with "vu", the French word for”
“This year was meant to be different but after last night's results, a sense of deja vu is taking over.”
“Deja vu is finding out my health insurance costs are going up yet again.”
“Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. "If you've already got deja vu from the current been-there-done-that-twice-already trifecta of Spidey, Shrek and pirate Johnny Depp, welcome to summer blockbuster season in this year of our Lord 2007," writes Sean Burns, introducing the Philadelphia Weekly's summer movie guide.”
“According to the optical pathway delay theory, déjà vu is triggered when images from one eye are delayed, arriving in the brain microseconds after the images from the other eye.”
“Memory theories suggest déjà vu is triggered by a scene's similarity to something we've seen before but consciously forgotten, whether in reality, a dream, literature or a film.”
“Interrupted-perception theories hold that déjà vu is caused by a brief interruption in the normal process of perception.”
“Déjà vu is not what the Lakers were hoping for Thursday going into their pivotal Game 5 against the San Antonio Spurs.”
“An excerpt from that article, which should fill you with a powerful sense of deja vu from the Latin, "stupid, arrogant imbecile": "On Monday, Bush accused Iran of harboring suspected al Qaeda members and developing nuclear weapons.”
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