In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- He sees his therapist, who hypnotises him.
- Andera hypnotizes her, instructing her to block from her memory this encounter, and to return to the room in one minute.
- It was as if some dark magic was hypnotizing her to come closer and closer.
- Because she's hypnotizing him, he would know later.
- His orthodontist, Dr. Perry Lyman, hypnotizes him in an attempt to sort out the situation.
- Without any telepathic powers, Dani could not hypnotise someone that did not wish to be hypnotised, but Carl had opened himself completely to her.
- I think that part of it is, as you said, she hypnotizes you.
- What we'll do is Dani will hypnotise you and keep you under while I use my telepathy to get into your mind.
- I should mention that I was hypnotized earlier today, and I'm in a mental state altogether new to me.
- I saw the gleam of anxiety in his eyes, which were hypnotizing me.
- I didn't hypnotize her, she hypnotized herself, I just helped her along.
- His eyes were hypnotizing me, and I couldn't move.
- Did you know that Armageddon starts by hypnotizing young children with the media?
- During the past few seconds I had begun hypnotizing her.
- Very slowly he would open his eyes, and close them, almost hypnotizing me in the process.
- ‘No, I tried hypnotizing him when I was little, it didn't work,’ hissed Selena.
- It seems like he's hypnotized, I read once that hypnotized people have an internal clock.
- On the first anniversary of his death, he hypnotizes his father and visits Billy, with whom he develops a friendship.
- Or had the man with a cough, for his own nefarious purposes, mesmerised or hypnotised me, and to some extent succeeded?
- The sounds of the ocean were hypnotizing her, lulling her into a state where she could no longer think.
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