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  • Suchet carries the life of the psycho-analyst from a young man to his death.


  • But the judges are playing psycho-analyst on him. 2 edged sword.

    Final 10 Australian Idol Episode - #1's.

  • But the judges are playing psycho-analyst on him. 2 edged sword.

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  • Only a psycho-analyst could begin to tell for what they wanted this Zionist state.

    The Shape of Things to Come

  • No! If Gurdon Minho was a frost, it would have to be a musician, whose works were hieroglyphical with a dash of surgery; or, better, perhaps, a psycho-analyst.

    The White Monkey

  • He was aware that his profession had a certain cachet for his sister and that to introduce “my brother Paul — the famous psycho-analyst” was in some measure a compensation for the low rent which he spasmodically paid and the minor irritations of propinquity.

    A Mind to Murder

  • The conclusions to which the psycho-analyst is habitually led, and which he puts forward with such confidence, can be convincing only to those who have replaced the study of childhood by the study of the writings of Freud and his school.

    The Nervous Child

  • At one time, the column asserted, the deceased had been under the care of Mrs. Beatrice Lestrange Bradley, the eminent psycho-analyst and specialist in nervous and mental disorders.

    Death at the Opera

  • “So this,” I thought to myself, “is a psycho-analyst.”

    The Saltmarsh Murders

  • Even Dr. Ernest Jones, the most prominent Freudian psycho-analyst in England, appears to be afraid of it.

    A Dominie in Doubt


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