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having, brought about by, or relating to supernatural powers or magic

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slightly insane

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suggestive of an elf in strangeness and otherworldliness

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Feyer, James, Bruce Sacerdote, and Ariel Dora Stern, 2007.
Williamson & Anne-Marie Feyer, Moderate Sleep Deprivation Produces Impairments in Cognitive and Motor Performance Equivalent to Legally Prescribed Levels of Alcohol Intoxication, 57 OCCUPATIONAL & Envtl.
Firth H, Herbison P, Mcbride D, Feyer A, 2002, Low back pain among farmers in southland, NZ.
Thomas Feyer, who edits the Letters to the Editor section of the New York Times, wrote about receiving this query from a sardonic reader when he suggested that letters should be limited to 150 words, or as brief as Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.
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The results of the present study provide clear evidence of the importance of personality factor in predicting academic performance lending support to previous findings by Feyer et al.
Napping on night shift is a strategy used in environments outside of health care to assist workers to cope with shiftwork and improve work performance (Purnell, Feyer, & Herbison, 2002; Signal, Gander, Anderson, & Brash, 2009; Takeyama, Kubo, & Itani, 2005).
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Once again, following the concert, on the church's front steps, I was able to capture another sailor-suited choirboy, Ralf-Peter Feyer and his parents Jakob and Birgit for a family portrait.
Stuttering subjects differ from fluent control groups by delays in speech development and present with slightly lower intelligence scores on verbal and nonverbal tests (Andrews, Craig, Feyer, Hoddinott, Howie, & Neilson, 1983; Paden, Yairi, & Ambrose, 1999).