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Without prior expereince Bran was able to enter the mind of another person which shows his innate powerful abilities.
In this novel in verse, we enter the mind and the heart of Penny, starting when she is 14 and progressing to her 18th year.
When images of blistering performance, limpet-like grip and ritzy styling enter the mind's eye there are certain makes of car that fuel the fantasy.
Playing the Clarice Starling part is Jennifer Lopez, a child psychologist who has to enter the mind of a watered-down Hannibal Lecter, serial killer Carl Stargher (Vincent D'Onofrio ).
The effects of language are environmental; words enter the mind and expand in its atmosphere like - well, I was going to say, like a scent, but Weiner is concerned with how this process is not "like" anything else.
Jennifer Lopez plays a psychologist who uses hi-tech gadgetry to enter the mind of a comatose serial killer in a desperate and dangerous bid to discover where he's imprisoned his latest victim.
DR Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) helps an FBI agent (Edward Norton) to enter the mind of a deranged killer known as The Tooth Fairy (Ralph Fiennes).
They must enter the minds of their teenage audience to stand any chance of success.
Both did indeed come to grief, and the fate of their riders probably did not enter the minds of many who had a bet on either race.
So Palestinians commit "terrorist acts" to which Israel "retaliates." But "Israeli state terrorism" and "Palestinian retaliation" are concepts that seldom enter the minds and language of journalists.
It stars Alien actor Lance Henriksen as Frank Black, a former FBI agent who can enter the minds of killers to help catch them.
Thompson's reputation rested on his ability to enter the minds of the criminally insane.