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  • "Ay, and aughts," replied Sancho; and shaking his fingers he washed his whole hand in the river along which the boat was quietly gliding in midstream, not moved by any occult intelligence or invisible enchanter, but simply by the current, just there smooth and gentle.

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  • he is a student of the occult
  • She claims that millions of Americans dabble in the occult.

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