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  • But the concept of an illusion presupposes a consciousness to be "illuded."

    May 6th, 2009

  • More interesting than the linked article above is an open radio broadcast on The New Wine Consumer this coming Tuesday July 21st concerning the Marten Sargent drama WineDiverGirl illuded to in her comment to Drew …

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  • Maybe it's true that Christopher Reeve illuded himself, or made it all up, when he said that he had a near-death experience in which he saw himself below himself go dead, and then revive again.

    Inigo Montoya Addresses Fundamentalists

  • Pokorny illuded to Jenna Cooper, the young woman shot and killed at a party almost two years ago.

    Nazis in Nebraska

  • Pokorny illuded to Jenna Cooper, the young woman shot and killed at a party almost two years ago.

    Printing: Nazis in Nebraska

  • However, the courts have illuded to a right of a party to procreate given certain circumstances.

    Here a link, there a link, everywhere a link link

  • The text-book systematists begin by telling us that the trouble with these observations is that they disagree widely: there is considerable respectfulness, especially for Prof. Swift, but we are told that by coincidence these two astronomers, hundreds of miles apart, were illuded: their observations were so different --

    The Book of the Damned

  • But the enemy of concord and the adversary of peace finding his projects to be thus illuded and condemned, and seeing the little fruit he had gotten by setting them all by the ears, resolved once again to try his wits, and stir up new discords and troubles, which befel in this manner.

    The Fourth Book. XVIII. Wherein Are Decided the Controversies of the Helmet of Mambrino and of the Pannel, with Other Strange and Most True Adventures

  • He could readily see how, illuded at first by a certain romantic glamour, she had not, until left to herself in the garden, come to clear perception of the fact that she was casting her lot with a common criminal's.

    The Lone Wolf A Melodrama

  • An hour back he could have kicked himself for the grammatical blunder; now he was wholly illuded; besides, she didn't seem to notice.

    The Brass Bowl


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