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  • From the bedroom window above their heads Bathsheba’s head and shoulders, robed in mystic white, were dimly seen extended into the air.
  • Coggan, who, no less than the panting horses, had latterly shown signs of weariness, again scrutinized the mystic characters.

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  • She is a mystic who believes enlightenment will come from communing with nature.
  • She is a mystic who claims to be able to both talk to the dead and see into the future.

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