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  • The alethiometer is a device that measures the truth.

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  • Helped along the way by colorful companions and guided by the titular golden compass, actually an "alethiometer," something made in Prague which few can read.

    William Bradley: Angels and Demons and Religious Politics

  • Helped along the way by colorful companions and guided by the titular golden compass, actually an "alethiometer," something made in Prague which few can read.

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  • 'alethiometer' and catches glimpses of exciting stories involving those same older, cooler characters.

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  • 'alethiometer' and catches glimpses of exciting stories involving those same older, cooler characters.

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  • Aiden Gregg, a psychologist at Southampton University who developed the timed antagonistic response alethiometer (Tara), found that in 85% of cases interviewees were slower at faking answers than when telling the truth.

    the timed antagonistic response alethiometer | clusterflock

  • January 26, 2009 the timed antagonistic response alethiometer

    the timed antagonistic response alethiometer | clusterflock

  • Will especially, but Lyra grew marvelously in The Subtle Knife, learning not to abuse the alethiometer simply cause she can, and the last three chapters were painstakingly tense and depressing.

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  • For example, I could have done with about half the number of golden-hued special-effects shots of what Lyra sees in her alethiometer.

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  • Aiden Gregg, a psychologist at Southampton University who developed the timed antagonistic response alethiometer Tara, found that in 85% of cases interviewees were slower at faking answers than when telling the truth.

    the timed antagonistic response alethiometer | clusterflock

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