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In fact, we all read minds every day, and we read minds continuously.
His best-selling book, "How to Read Minds and Influence People," explores communication from a radically different perspective.
SUNDAY, STV, 7PM Get Your Act Y Together In the last show before the live final Hi-de-Hi actress Ruth Madoc, left, tries mime, ex-EastEnders acress Nina Wadia will read minds and Jedward will be skipping.
For, while everyone was busy watching a former child star shake her scrawny backside, or searching for the perfect combination of croissant and doughnut, Stanford University School of Medicine scientists have discovered a way to read minds.
New York, Feb 10 (ANI): The ability to read minds and the power to travel through time are the special abilities most Americans would like to have, a new Marist poll has revealed.
GREEN LANTERN: Due in June 2011, Ryan Reynolds stars as the galactic cop whose ring enables him to fly, read minds and create almost any object out of green energy.
Since they can read minds, move things, or change their density to stop a car in its tracks, which powers would he choose and why?
I should note at the outset that the inability to read minds can enter realistic fiction as a pathology.
Then there's Sookie Stackhouse (Anna Paquin), a lonely waitress in a small Louisiana town, who can read minds and therefore knows how virulently everyone around her disapproves when she's instantly smitten with the first vampire she meets, Bill (Stephen Moyer).
I can't read minds, but you have to keep telling the players just to get out there and give it their best shot.