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ABALLET class for the over 65s, a comedy workshop, thoughtprovoking drama and the chance to learn how to read minds - they're all on offer at the Lawrence Batley Theatre's first-ever festival to showcase new performers and help those eager to hone their skills.
The act is based on an apparent telepathic ability which they call 'The Gift' which allows the pair to read minds.
I read minds, see - it's a problem I've had since I was clobbered on the head.
Nine (Cecily Strong) can read minds but her side effect is farting, and Five (Pete Davidson) can run really fast but he gets an erection every time it happens.
The study was able to identify variants in women's chromosome 3 that help explain their increased ability to read minds.
Society is divided into 'Normals' and 'Teeps', telepathic mutants who can read minds.
Psychologists read minds, chef Pradeep reads palates.
Society Rock couldn't read minds and won nicely, and we're looking forward to the weekend when Tom Queally will ride.
His 13-year-old sister Lupe speaks in a tongue that only Juan Diego can understand; she can also read minds and divine the future.
Brain-computer interfaces do not read minds in the sense of extracting information from unsuspecting or unwilling users but enable users to act on the world by using brain signals rather than muscles.
From telekinesis to jumping great distances to being able to read minds, Harry has a wonderful time trying to figure out which power will appear next.
She was born with the ability to read minds and sense danger.
It stands to reason that a cisplainer must have the ability to read minds.
RED LIGHTS Saturday, Film4, 9pm PREMIERE Ghost-debunkers Sigourney Weaver (above) and Cillian Murphy are wary of discrediting celebrated mystic Robert De Niro, a blind man who claims to read minds.