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- n. the power to learn or retain knowledge; in law, the ability to understand the facts and significance of your behavior
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Dr. Bernard Grad, of McGill University of Montreal, performed an amazing healing experiment, testing the effect a person’s mental ability has on other living things around him.
There were some interesting topics too which ensured some sort of debate like the comparative study of general mental ability of vegetarian and non-vegetarian school-going players by Dr. Quadri Syed Javeed, Dr.S. S. Shaik and Mrs N.A. Gani Khan and the other one by Dr.R. Aravind Kumar - a comparative study of academic achievement between players and non-players.
It is published at length in Julian Hawthorne's biography of his father, and is unique for the insight which it affords as to Hawthorne's mental ability in this direction.
Joe-Jim Gregory was almost as nearly unique in his -- or their -- mental ability as he was in his bodily construction.