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maze

 [māz]
a complicated system of intersecting paths used in intelligence tests and in demonstrating learning in experimental animals.

maze

(māz),
A labyrinth; frequently used to study higher functions of the nervous system in rats.
[M.E. masen, to confuse]

maze

(māz) a complicated system of intersecting paths used in intelligence tests and in demonstrating learning in experimental animals.

maze

a labyrinth of winding passages, used in behavioural experiments involving LEARNING.

maze

a complicated system of intersecting paths used in intelligence tests and in demonstrating learning in experimental animals.
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Harris said he thought it was a very fine maze, so far as he was a judge; and we agreed that we would try to get George to go into it, on our way back.
He was told that such was the name on two tickets out of three given up out of that train at Maze Hill.
Then lifting Virginia in his arms once more he dived into the impenetrable mazes of the jungle that lined the more open pathway between the beach and camp.
We also plan to make another batch for the next cycle,' said landscape artist, Toni Rivera, who designed the first sunflower maze in this town last year.
Dubai: What may seem like a crowd is actually a maze.
The boy imagines himself entering into each different maze displayed in a series of drawings, solving each complex puzzle in turn, until the final maze.
Lucifer" Season 3, episode 3 will primarily center on Maze (Lesley Ann-Brandt).
Who will be first to find their way to the centre of a maze and, more importantly, will they be able to find their way out again?
Main: Belton above, Glendurgan BELTON HOUSE, LINCOLNSHIRE THE maze at Belton House was laid in 1890, but later removed.
The Maize Maze For a really authentic maze experience, head to the Maize Maze at Brimstage Hall.