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  • n. The quality of being paranormal.


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  • On the one hand, it’s your standard ever-popular cossie drama, with added Byron and Shelley; on the other, it’s got weirdness and horror and paranormality, which is also fairly popular viewing.

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  • Whether the paranormality is inherent in the book, or in me, remains an open question, but the book was a prize; dramatic readings from it enlivened much of the vacation thereafter.

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  • Bricolage could also be said to be the master paranormality of Oz because its technique carries over into the structures of the books.

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  • Wish and hope succeed in discerning signs of paranormality where reason and

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  • This is one of McCarthy's fun contemporary romances, with absolutely no paranormality in sight.

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  • Army's adventures in paranormality-is meant to be a comedy?

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  • Until the day comes that this miraculous occurrence, this feat of pure paranormality is sufficiently explained, and not through fraudulent investigations and perverted science, I will assume WTC 7 was, in the words of professor emeritus Hugo Bachmann: - Paying Attention to 9/11 Related News

  • When it comes to fiction, paranormality is the new normal.

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  • I would go so far, contra Joshi (and contra Farnsworth Wright, who rejected "The Shunned House" when Lovecraft submitted it to Weird Tales) as to say that the slow, labored buildup of historical and spectral details and the equally dense justification that the modern, scientific Whipple narrator gives for the continuing horrors are both structurally necessary for the narrative (especially the pacing) to work correctly and thematically necessary for the transmission of the exact weird sensation -- of paranormality, not supernaturalism -- that Lovecraft intends.

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