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- n. Plural form of hallucinator.
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Flailing at phantoms, Cohen then condemns those "fervid hallucinators" among liberals "who belittle Saddam Hussein's crimes (or even 9/11)."
Pity the government hallucinators, aka educators, are exempt from malpractice lawsuits.
On the basis of this, they recruited two groups: one of 'high' hallucinators and another of 'low' hallucinators. anechoic chamber which shields all incoming sounds and deadens any noise made by the participant.
o There are still plenty of hallucinators today, people who respond passionately to all sorts of things which aren't really going on.