hypnotist


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hyp·no·tist

(hip'nō-tist),
One who practices hypnotism.

hypnotist

[hip′nətist]
one who practices hypnotism.

hyp·no·tist

(hip'nŏ-tist)
One who practices hypnotism.

hypnotist

(hĭp′nō-tĭst) [Gr. hypnos, sleep]
One who practices hypnotism.
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A good hypnotist in the UK can earn from PS500-PS1,500 a show 16) Under what circumstances would you send someone off the stage?
Dave left home in his early teens to pursue a career in vaudeville, where he was eventually billed as "THE WORLD'S YOUNGEST AND FASTEST HYPNOTIST.
In the end, The Hypnotist may be too superficial to satisfy hardcore Scandinavian crime fiction fans, but it is nonetheless a worthwhile offering for those interested in the genre.
But her oldest daughter Sarah Richardson, 22, has revealed she was the victim abused by her stepfather, former Butlins entertainer and TV hypnotist Martin Smith.
The event marked the last of a six-show tour in Iraq for professional hypnotist Chuck Milligan.
The man who was driving that car is the hypnotist, plying his trade through the clubs and pubs of middle England.
Mr Llewellyn-Clark said he was happy to agree to the unusual sedation for Mr Lenkei, a registered hypnotist who has practised since the age of 16.
I may have also been impotent, believes the hypnotist, but as I never had sex with a woman, that remains a supposition.
WOUNDED soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan are being offered treatment by a North Wales hypnotist.
The former hypnotist was part of a gang that staged a tax swindle in which phones were traded between bogus businesses in Europe and the UK.
Santa Claus, who was portrayed for the first part of the day by certified hypnotist Mike Holt, gave presents to a 1-year-old, young teens and every child in between.
95) tells of two enterprising boys who decide to make their own hypnotizing machine after they go see a hypnotist on stage.