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mind-bender

and mind-blower
n. a hallucinogenic drug, typically LSD. (Drugs.) That mind-bender takes a long time to wear off. This stuff is a real mind-blower.
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Paul McAuliffe revealed last week he had received phone calls from desperate Head Shop customers in Dublin seeking to buy mind-bending products - even though he has led protests demanding the closure of such shops.
But his love for mind-bending substances doesn't seem to have harmed his chances and he remains 2-7 to be top male.
Flags fluttered from poles outside every pub and houses were festooned with the things while shops normally so twee offered a mind-bending assortment of soccer paraphernalia all featuring the cross of that mythical dragon-killer.
Two more performers began movements that were completed by their projected images in a mind-bending fusion of live dance and video.
Such a universe would have some mind-bending properties, including a previously unsuspected force in nature generated by an unknown elementary particle.
With so many mind-bending ways to label oneself, the members of Generation Y who spoke to The Advocate say they feel confused, overwhelmed, and trapped if they settle on one term.
The psychedelic images of the '60s and '70s are a wild delirium of color that simulates the mind-bending effect into which the listener is meant to sink while listening to the music.
An adventurous story in its own right, offering a tempting, mind-bending secret sure to lure in any dedicated code-cracker.
Memories can be edited or reprogrammed, and bodies can be switched with a quick visit to the hospital; stories revolve around mind-bending manipulations of identity.
It centres on the crazed antics of a journalist as he travels to Las Vegas to report on the Mint 400 sports event while taking an array of mind-bending drugs.
Featuring mind-bending puzzles, non-linear gameplay, and a mysterious setting, "RHEM" is an exploration-type adventure game with a non-violent story that challenges the mind, not the trigger finger.
Today, the 39-year-old architect for the New York City School Construction Authority has transformed this horizontal, mind-bending game of strategy into an upright, three-dimensional experience called Givan Vertical Chess.
Nicola O'Connor swallowed the mind-bending psychedelic drug after being told it was a sweet.
The book contains autobiographical information about the mysterious Blaine, as well as a history of magic and guides to performing mind-bending tricks.
Sponsors of the mind-bending conference included The National Post, Time Canada Magazine, Apple Canada, Excite, Panasonic, Saab and Worldcom.