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  • n. Plural form of scryer.


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  • Moore and his crew are dowsers, scryers, remote viewers, rambling around inside the occult power grid supposedly delineated by the six London churches of architect Nicholas Hawksmoor.

    The Sorcery of Alan Moore

  • These are techno-scryers, pretending to something they don't have.

    Crystal Balls

  • And the scryers missed television, computers, women in the work force, and even transistors.

    Crystal Balls

  • During the Renaissance, the technique was deployed for espionage, and it was believed that “innocent children” were good scryers.

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • The others pressed on toward the twin lines of Cathran warships that Fring and his cohort of scryers had overviewed standing before the entrance to Blenholme Roads.

    Conqueror's Moon

  • Were your scryers able to locate the Cathran fleet?

    Conqueror's Moon

  • He hurried over to the scryers, who had their headquarters next door to his own.

    Advance and Retreat

  • A couple of blonds who serve the scryers were gossiping about it, and one of my men, a corporal, listened to 'em.

    Advance and Retreat

  • He wanted to rush to the scryers 'room and find out exactly how far away those two brigades of footsoldiers from the east were.

    Advance and Retreat

  • "Sir," he said, "word from the scryers is that Lieutenant General Bell is getting ready to attack John the Lister."

    Advance and Retreat


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